The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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For Re-election For County Judge


The News this week carries the H. A. Rider announces this week

RACE TRACK FUNDSThe announcement of RepresentativeElbert BUSINESSIn his candidacy for a second term as CHILD EDUCATION '

L. Stewart, who will seek reelection County Judge of Hendry County.
this year to the office Judge Rider came to Hendry i

County School Board had a which he now holds and asks the preparation for the tomato sea- county soon after the county was M. E. VonMach, Clewiston member ',-j
friends in the 11 created and has continuously been of the County School Board was .: 1'l
strong delegation present at the support of his June son which will be ,on in this areain
, regular: meeting of the Board of Primaries.Mr. full swing within a couple of I actively interested in its affairs, pro- guest speaker at the, regular meeting /, '
.> County Commissioners in LaBelle Stewart; who for many years weeks, two packing houses here are gress and development. He is a graduate of the Kiwanis Club on Wednes ;

Tuesday to ask the commission to has been cashier of the First Bank being made ready for packing the of two leading law schools day night and gave a most inter -','

give part of the race track funds to of Clewiston, is perhaps as well crop in this vicinity. and is licensed to practice law in esting address on "The, Youth of '

the school board in order that the known to the people of the entire The old Hooker packing house, three states, including Florida. He America.'a. '
obligations of the present school county as any one resident. He has Just east of the A. C. L. railway on feels that he is qualified for the of- Mr. VonMach started his address -.y. :
fice for which he is asking the peo- by stating that education, was the :'/t
term might be met and the teachersbe served as Hendry county's represen- the highway is being remodelled under -
paid in full. County Superin- tative for two terms and in the legislative the supervision of E. L. Stewart ple's support. Before coming to foundation of good citizenship and j

tendent E. L. Stallings, Board Mem- sessions of 1931 and 1935in who will operate this house Hendry county to make it his future that one thought born in a pupil's :J

bers M. E. VonMach ,and Drew Tallahassee he feels that he gave with associates. The Miner Packing, home' he held several important offices mind and developed into maturity ,;;' 1
Hampton headed the delegation the people of ,the 'county ,the best House south of the A. C. L. freight of trust in other states. During might be of more importance to the : 'i
his term as County Judge of Hendry world than the combined thoughts '/
which consisted of teachers from possible representation.In depot has been leased to Carbone ;
I' the Clewiston and LaBelle schools making his announcement Mr. Brothers, vegetable brokers of New County two audits have been made of any three great men of history. -'::!

: and. patrons of the schools.'' Stewart states that he is partjcular- York, who will 'operate this house by'' the State Auditing Departmentin He described the parents and tho A

which followed ly interested in the early completionof during the season which it was said: "Very satis- teachers as the sculptors of the future .1
State Road 164 from Venus to The first car of tomatoes reported factory conditions were noted in ex- Americans; the parents with
.' the request of the school with was Everglades through LaBelle, in the picked and sold near here was a amining this office. Records were their love and loyalty and the teachers ;
times and lengthy
heated at other found .well kept and promptly posted with their task of modeling and
welfare of the schools and any car picked, by Ernest Burkett at
. .,, -a, plan finally commissioners being adopted' to where-the matter which is of vital interestto Lake Harbor the first of the week. I I and his office 'administered in forming the minds, hearts and char- .'

I by the the gave at hand, the county as a whole and feels The price he sold his fruit for has I,strict compliance with the law." acter of these children; more important
school all money$20,000 the that ,his experience as a member of not ben disclosed but it is rumored Judge Rider views the duties of work than the art of any
$3,000 and over
the Legislature during previous ses- County Judge seriously and believes sculptor. '.1
commission receive from the that, the ;crooks were sold in the
race track funds ,this year. An esti- sions enables hint to render: the most field boxes at the packing house I that the voters should not pass as a "The character and ability ,of Am- .I

mate of, the total receipts from the efficient service to the people of for $1.90. The f. o. b. price at thistime .light matter the choosing,. of their erican men and women," he said,

fund has been placed at $22,000 the county.' : is reported at $2.75 ,to $3.00 I I County Judge.Regular ._ "depends now, and will always depend -

which will 'give the board a total of per lug which is an unusually good on the teachers. The more

$5,000 and leave them approxi- Survey ,Made Of price. Meeting Of spent on education the less needbe

mately $3,000 in arrears at. the Some fruit is being shipped from spent in combatting'crime as

close of the school term. Levee ErosionTwo Cuba as yet but shipments ,are be County School BoardThe proven consistently by statistics".
coming continually lighter and it is Going further he stated, "crime is
Basing their estimate of the deficiency -
believed that they will cease almost often the result of 'ignorance, mis '

. schools on the by the$9,000,000, state, the promisedthe school 'I) new survey crews were addedto entirely before the first of May Board of Public Instructionof directed' energy, unsound principalsand
when the season gets in full swing Hendry county held their regular illogical reasoning."
board placed the amount at $7,900, the personnel! of the U. S. Engi-
here. With other tomato sections monthly meeting here at the Clew- of the selfeducatedman
which amount they asked the com- neers the first of this week for the He spoke
having suffered considerable dam- iston High School auditorium' Monday had
missioners to provide.. To secure purpose of making a detailed sur- who without schooling
from the state to pay vey of the levee and borrow canalin age from floods and cold local grow- night with all members present. made a success and termed him an
enough money
all the teachers in full it would be Division 9 between Bacoui Point ers are confident that they are en- It was decided that Friday, April exception to the rule although he
tering the best tomato season in 10, Good Friday, should be declared himself ad-
educated by
for the state allocationsto and Port Mayacca with a view to de- had really
necessary total' ten and a half million and termining the damage of erosion_ in many yeais.EASTER. a holiday in the county schools hering to a pattern presented by
in order that teachers could take ad-
state officials have declared that this section and the cost of corrective some ,successful'man his acquaintance. -
vantage of the extra day to spend
nine millions will be all available. measures. .
Easter at their homes.
' The Board of County Commissioners This section of levee, built almost CANTATA TO The matter of R. F. C. refinancingfor In commenting on the present
of Hendry county receive all entirely through the open lake with school bonded indebtedness was times Mr. VonMach stated that with
nothing to break the force of the twelve million men out of work it
track funds and a law

,, ofthe, race taken up. It was decided that as the
sponsored by Representative Stew-, waves except_ the levee, has suffered BE GIVEN BY CHOIRStainer's bonds were almost all held by the was becoming increasingly necessary
a great amount of damage from that children be well educated if
art in the 1935 session of the Legis- Woodman Circle of Fort Myers and
erosion and while there is no cause to the neverending
they were escape
lature would have divided the fund "- I th.at there would be no-reduction in
between the two boards. for alarm as to the levee being seriously "Crucifixion, an Easter bread'lines to which so many
equally \ I the principal and little in interest if '
However Mr. Stewart withdrew the weakened it is probable that cantata, will be presented tonight, the refinancing plan undertaken have been relegated by modern ma-
I was
bill after the Legislature had prom- steps will be taken to correct this Good Friday, at ,8:00 at the Com- that the saving would not'war- chinery and need for trained work-

ised to give the schools ten million [ by the U. S. Engineers within a munity Church by the members of rant the expense of working out the ers. In Clewiston, he said, there
dollars, under an agreement before-I short time, and it is hoped that the church choir and after several were forty children in the. first

hand to do so and when the ten mil- within a month proposals for correc- weeks of preparation of the difficult plan.The LaBelle school trustees grade and only four were graduating -
lion failed to turn up the schools tive measures may be issued. music it is felt that the program their teachers recommendations and he pointed out the neces

faced a deficiency for the year., Last Most of the levee' was built by will be .well worth the while of ev- which included a 'recommendation sity of keeping the child in school
Car-I I eryone to attend. until he had acquired at least a
year a similar circumstance arose Spadaro Company, the Arundel for Principal Carl E. Royer to returnas
but the Federal Government financed poration and "MacWilliams Dredging Solo parts will be taken by Mrs principal next year. There was no high school education.

the last three months of ,the Corporation. The first two were hy- Magda Potter, Mrs.. Kay Lawler, F. action taken on the recommendations Mr. VonMach closed his talk with

school term. Last year the commis- draulic jobs and the latter built M. Wright and R. N. Smith.. As a they being tabled until a future complimentary remarks to the' KIwanis
sioners gave $4,500 to the school with draglines. The severe erosionis special feature a quartet composedof meeting. Club for their aid to under-

board.A believed to be due to the fact that Mrs. Kay Lawler, soprano; Mrs. Inspectors, clerks and deputieswere privileged children and their efforts -

motion made by Chairman D. when the dirt was thrown up, the Hazel Prewitt, alto; F, M. Wright, chosen for the trustee electionto to promote a higher plane of community

,',' G. Alston that the commission give muck and light materials were forc- tenor and R. N. Smith, bass, will be held here in May, as follows: living and stated that the
: .' the schools $5,000 and half of all ed to ''the outside where the wave action '- give several numbers.At Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. G. B. Rack- principle'for which the organization '

over twenty thousand was rejected, could
the proposal finally accepted by the The new survey will consist of church Sunday morning the choir 'M. Hare, Jr., inspector anc Geo. America to follow. .;

commission being made by Asa cross-sections of the levee and of the will again present the program Hines, deputy.. The board is particu- This talk was the second of the

Townsend of Felda. borrow canal and lake bed for five I which will be followed by another larly anxious that everyone' know series of programs aranged by the
hundred feet' out. Corings have already short cantata, "The King of Glory" Carl-
The $3,000 was, received by the that personal property tax payers are Kiwanis Education Committee.
Board Wednesday and was immedi- been, made of the levee whichindicates which .is descriptive of, the Resur- eligible to 'vote in this election as ton Prevatt sang several numbers

ately distributed to the teachers for that the core of the leveeis rection of the Savior. well as free-holders and that those accompanied by a schoolmate on the

approximately three-quarters of ,a of solid construction. There will be no evening service running for the offices to file their guitar. -

month's salary. -T at the church but the choir will go petitions containing' least five Harry Turner was introduced as anew

'j to Moore Haven and for the third names, as SQon as possible. They Kiwanis member. 1-
Wilsons ConstructingNew time present Stainer's "Crucifixion"and must be in at least, ten days priorto The guest speaker next week will _
D. G. Alston Is Stults' "King of Glory." the election in order that ballots be Capt. Richardson Selee, who will

Home Here Tho music of these cantatas is unusually may be printed. give a talk 'and show a series of

Again A Candidate difficult and professional M. E. VonMach, Clewiston board slides' descriptive of the Okeechobee -

voices find it difficult to master (Continued on Page 8) Flood Control work.
, r Construction of a new home was some of the parts. Those who have .

" D. G. Alston, at present Chair- started this week for Mr. and Mrs. heard some of the late practices of Ladies Aid Will Capt. Linkswiler
: man of the Board of County Com R. C.Vpson adjoining the recently the local choir state that their ren-

, missioners of Hendry county and completed home of Mr. and Mrs.R. dition is as good as may be heard Hold Cake WalkIf Arrives This Week
member from the Clewiston District C.' Nowling on Pasadena Avenue.G. anywhere and everyone is urged to

this week' announces his 'can-' Prevatt is in charge of con- attend at least one of the services. --"

, didacy for' re-election to that of- struction. I. there are those in Clewistonwho Capt. G. E. Linkswiler arrived 'fi
fice. The home will be a Tour-room Butler Beauty Shoppe have never witnessed or parti- here the latter, part of last week
Mr. Alston was elected in 1934, modern bungalow frame construction cipated in a cake walk, then they from Fort Benning, Ga., and im-

commissioner from Clewiston and I to, cost approximately $2,000. Moved To New Home are in for a pleasant surprise and mediately took his place in the U.
Most of the framework had' been
during his two years of service has '' plenty of fun next Friday night S. Engineer sub-office to become
rendered capable and efficient ser- completed' today and a portion of ,.- when the Ladies Aid Society of the acquainted with details of tho

vice to his district and to the coun the siding and it is probable that Mrs. Eunice Butler, proprietor of I, Community church sponsors one of i I Federal projects under the jurisdiction ,
ty. Prior to" 1934 he was a memberof the new home 'will be ready for occupancy the Butler Beauty Shoppe which has :I them at the Kiwanis Diamondball of this office with the view to .-

the county school board and did before the first of May. I been operated in the Everglades I replacing Capt. Richardson Selee as

some effective work on that board I Store since its opening makes an- field.Most of the members of the Society Army officer in charge of the work

'; for the county schools. f ENGINEERS PLAN ON I nouncement in this issue that the' are donating cakes and the idea I within a short time. ,.
J He Is the first candidate to an- BUILDING RIFLE RANGE shop will be located in the future in of the whole thing is to try to win Capt. Selee expects to remain ,
i:." flounce for the office from this district a suite of rooms at the ClewistonInn. one of these cakes in a most novel here until about the first of June ;;

":::' r and states that his past record Mark R. Lawler, H. O. Peters andV. The shop is now open for busi- manner. An entrance fee, usually a before going back into military :,'

. -: is his only platform. A. Allen were named as a com- ness in the new location. dime, Is charged and a series of service nt Camp, Belvolr near Washington y\
._ I .' mittee recently by Capt. Richardson I Mrs. Butler is a beauty operator numbers are arranged on sticks D.. C., having served more F

:',;: DIt. BOURNE OX RESEARCH Selee to investigate conditions
; .' I T1Ui' ,TO BARBADOS' and possibilities for construction of I year goes to New York for a courseat When a participant is standing be- His family will leave the first of
[ a small bore rifle range for the recreation Wilfred Academy in order that side each of these numbers the mu- May for a few weeks at the beach in
of the personnel of the U. she may keep in step with all the sic starts and the participants start Miami before going North.
'Dr. B. A. Bourne, cane physiolo-.I S. Engineer: sub-office here. latest modes in beauty culture. She walking around the ring. A numberis 1

gist and head of the research depart.. It is understood: that Uie committee has operated a beauty shop in Clew- 'drawn from a box by one of the MOVING HOUSE TON
ment for the United States Sugar has made its investigation as to iston for 'about eighteen months. officials and tho music' stops. The E W LOCATION

Corporation left Wednesday for Mi safety measures and requirements, Several new pieces of equipment number is announced and the person -
ami and was scheduled to take a cost, type and other things and will have been added and Mrs. Butler nearest the number wins the I, H. Jones, Sr., is this week: mov-
Pan-American plane from there nexl t present their report to Capt. Selee states that she now has the best cake. j ing a house from old McKenzie site
day for Barbados. He expects to re", this week. The range will probably equipped shop in the Evergfades andinvites It's lots of fun and a good crowdis to a lot on Ponce de Leon Avenue
main there for several weeks in su be constructed as soon as he .approves her customers to 'vIsit her expected to be on hand for the f and will add to 'and improve. the

gar cane research work. .1 in the new location. walk at 8:00 on Friday, April 17. 1 house at an early date.


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I "---- "' IMPROVEDUNIFORM Mercy, My Carelessness -

Quite Overburdens Me

'".___ ,__' _" .,,____. n, _' An AmerIcan' "doctor wrote this:
SUNDAY l 'Kissing Is a deadly disease carrier.
: esson and think If they
People might stop ,
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realized that 30,000,000 germs could
By REV: P. B. FITZW'A'fER.D. D., find 'spa'e on their lips.
.More Years, More Cares v tlJiutrrf! Member of Faculty. Moody Bible easily
Institute of Chicago.
Let me work this out. There was
Monkeys and Yellow Fever Western Newspaper Union.
Minnie at the party on Monday, Dot
The King Sees Poverty at the pictures'Tuesday and Wednes-

Ancient Koran Found By Edward W. Pickard Lesson for April 12 day, Eileen at the dance Thursday. .

The French have a saying, referringto <<: Western Newspaper Union Dot again on Friday, and Mabel at
a man's age, "One year more, one

care more"-Un an Flandin Calls on Germanyfor the' border." He said be regards thisa That makes-just a minute-that

de plus, un soln ae Showdown rather strange behavior on the part LESSON GOLDEN TEX'l'-LuIe TEXT-Because 24:1-35.I live, ye makes 70,000,000,000,000,000 germs !

plus. a of a "friendly neighbor." He said Pre- shall live also.-Jolfti 14:19. Good Lord-I'm dead !-Dunn in
h Ws ''\ a5i European nations FLANDIN, mier Hirota had protested the alleged PRIMARY TOPIC-The Glad Surprise. London Answers.

might take for their French foreign minister, speakingat action to K. K. Yurenev, Russian am- JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus the Conqueror.
demanded In the name of INTERMEDIATE., AND SENIOR .
motto, "One treaty Vezelay, bassador to Japan. ----- -- -
TOPIC-Jesus is Alive
more, one more dan- his government .that Adolf Hitler .l lay Almost every day there are reportsof YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT

ger of war." Y his cards on me table, clashes on the Mongolian border, I TOPIC-Our Living Lord.

Italy, Austria, '" ,and Intimated that unless each side blaming the other as aggres- :
;< : The supreme test o'f Christianity Is
have : gives
f1 Germany
Hungary -;; sors. The Outer Mongolian government,
resurrection of Jesus
the the
three-power treaty : concrete proof of no reinforced by conclusion of its mutual I flsr .
Christ from the dead. It matters littl
under which 'itily aggressive i Intentions: assistance pact with Soviet Russia, dis-
did while alive
what Jesus said and
guarantees Aus- In central or western patched a note to the Japanesesponsored -
if his remained in the If
trian independence, Europe, France will body grave.
state of Manchukuo, declaringIts
lie did not forth in triumph from
against any attemptby fr/a decline to negotiate readiness to resist any Invasion.
Germany to absorb ; ;: further with the reich the tomb, then all his claims are false.

Austria for 1. "'. : ) for On the other hand, if he did arise, all
> and will prepare
: '''
Arthur Bri.bnne instance. There is ..::: ,"..."":,; ",. war. Flandin made It Italian Bombers Wreck his claims are true. Fortunately, MAGIC SKIN "
"', ......,'' : there is better authenticated fact )
<< Second
: hk Ethiopian City no '
possible cause for war If 'any cause i'.4 ,-. "' 'O 1 clear that France. will aa i&t-
in all history than that of the resurrec- ,
were lacking. stand firmly with her OLINl'S air bombers were
M. Flandin MUS tion of the body of Jesus ChrIst.
ames, the little en- again In Ethiopia, virtually REMOVES FRECKLES, BLACKHEADS QUICK

Sao Paulo, Brazil, worries about reports tente and Russia. Said he: I I ruining Harar, second city of that'I I I. The Empty Sepulchre (vv. 1-3). -RESTORES CLEAR, LOVELY SKIN

brought by health officers from "The Fuehrer says Germany does I country, with a downpour of explosives. 1. The coming of the women (v. 1). All you do is this: ((1)) At bedtime
the forests of the Sorocabanaarea. from As an expression of affectionate re- thin film of NADINOLA
upper not want to take anything any- Most of the populace had fled when spread a

In that region, where mosquItoes body, but, he already had said that after scouting planes gave a warning of gard for the Master, they came with Cream over your face-no; massaging
spices for his body. This was a beau- no rubbing ((2)) Leave on'while you'
.c' are thick, explorers frequently the Saar plebiscite. He then also what was to come, so the casualtieswere sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement-

saw "monkeys with high fevers" drop reaffirmed the Locarno 'treaty, which few. An official telephone message I tiful expression of sentiment but usually in 5 to 10 days you will see &

out of trees and die, dozens of them, since ,has been repudiated. In the name from Harar to Addis Ababa said I showed their lack of faith. If they marvelous transformation. Freckles,

victims of yellow fever. of the Integral sovereignty of the Ger- fifteen Incendiary bombs'' struck the ; had believed his words, they would blackheads disappear; dull coarsened
have known that his body could not skin becomes creamy-white, satin-
Fortunately for Brazil cities, the man people, does the Fuehrer Intend, Egyptian Red Cross hospital and others smooth, adorable! Fine results positively -
Jungle mosquito that bites monkeys and when he thinks the moment favorable, hit the Ethiopian Red Cross hos- be found In the'sepulchre. guaranteed with NADINOLA-tested

gives them yellow fever keeps away to bring up the Danzig question? pital.A 2. What they found (vv. 2, 3). and trusted for nearly two generations.
When they came to the sepulchre, they All toilet counters, only 50c. Or write
from cities. The fight against disease- "When he proposes a nonaggressionpact French mission, the French con- NADINOLA. Box 46. Paris Tenn.
ifound the stone had been removed.
bearing mosquitoes and rats would with Lithuania does he accept sulate, the Ethiopian radio station and

keep men busy, If they were not busy definitely the status of Memel or Is prison all were reported officially to How the stone was to be removed

already killing each other in war. he Just stalling for time to preparenew have been ruined.' greatly perplexed them on their way, I Temper Under ControlNo

deeds of force In violation of The attack on Harar, coupled witha but on their arrival they discoveredthat matter what the row is about,
their had been
Edward VIII, new king of England, treaties? heavy bombardment of Jijiga, fifty difficulty already the man who holds his temper wins.
visited the magnificently luxurious "If Germany Intends to assert her miles east of Harar and a center of met. They found the stone rolled

ocean steamer Queen Mary In Glasgow, right to possess and exploit colonies, Ethiopia's southern defenses, raised away but they found not the body of'

then went from house to house, knock- what colonies Is she going to claim? native fears In Addis Ababa that the Jesus. For them to have found his

Ing on doors, visiting some of the worst "Is It not significant that at the mo- capital Itself might be the next target. body In the sepulchre would'have been

slum dwellings In all his kingdom. ment Hitler launches his peace appeal, the world's greatest tragedy. The

Later, talking to Lord Melchett, the Nazi propaganda Is redoubling In Aus Government in Business empty'' tomb spoke most eloquently of .
the deity and of the Son of God
tria Danish Polish Silesla
Schleswig, ,
, king put the problem of England, this
Decried by Committee (Rom. 1:4)).
the German minority In Czecho-
I country and'the whole world In these among Relief
slovakia and even In German SwItzer- committee II. The Message of the Men In Shining '
i few words: to the o&
land? ACCORDING with Garments (vv. 4-8)., ;; :< r ," Safe, All-
i "How do reconcile world that competition ''''',
you a
1 has produced this with "Yes or no, does Hitler renounce private enterprise, whose report has 1. "Why seek ye the living among -9; : JVegetableWay
mighty ship
the dead?" (v. 5). This question has ;:
the slums we have just visited?" annexation and even full absorption of been made to the President, that prac- been the centuries .+.x.... \ of anything ven but up partial hope I
the populations of these territories into tice Is wholly destructive except In reverberating through / relief until she learned

A marvelously illustrated ancient the reich, or does he proclaim that situations where the public welfarecan since it was uttered by the angels +.. ,;:%"> I. of famous Tablets allvegetableNR (Nature'sRemedy

manuscript of 'the Koran, found In a these are Internal affairs of the Ger- only-thus be served. "Thegovern- ).But now after years of chronic constipation -
2. "He is not here, but is risen. and biliousness-what a change 1 New
shop of dealer of Cairo man people In which he does not In- ment's function, the report said, "Is pep
I an antiquity Jesus had made all these matters quite -new color and vitality-freedom from haslet
( Egypt, was bought for fifty pounds. tend to let other nations meddle? to protect economic activities of Its sluggishness and intestinal poisons. This all-
the' plain. He had told them that the Lord vegetable laxative gently stimulates the entire
I Heaven knows how thousands of "If the latter case be' truth, then citizens and not to supplant them.
many bowel, complete -
be and crucified and gives
must betrayed
i I i pounds It Is actually worth. we understand why Germany Is rearm- The committee unanimously agreed thoroughclimination.G.t
that on the third day he would arise dH.H I Ti-rf.]
I The Koran is said to have been written ing, at a record pace. that only under the following condi- again. If they had given heed to hIs a 25c box. All . '
1 by a highly educated Jew, who tions is the government justified In druggists.SkilJJSlIfferers.
words would have been relievedof
i suggested Ideas to Mohammed, the latter Germany Almost Solidly entering Into competitionwith private their perplexities.III. .

being unable to write.It enterprise : ,
Supports Hitler 1. When required to, assure adequate The Women Witnessing to the
is possible, however, that angels, I
Eleven (vv. 9-11).
for and creation of the
preparation ,
men and women to
supposed to have revealed divine truth
Their thrilling testimony concerningthe
facilities for national defense. I
i to Mohammed, also taught him to of 44,389,140 declaredby l BLACK LEAF 40
empty tomb and the words of the
write. their votes In the reichstag elections 2. For the conservation of natural
angels appeared to the disciples as Idle Keeps Dogs Away fromEvergreensShrubs
that they supported the policies of Hit[ resources. Get etc.
3. When private enterprise falls to tales and they refused to believe : from
ler. Only 542,898 had the nerve to vote
I Good news for tree fruit i9loUse Teaspoonful
growers, IV. Peter Investigating (v. 12).
conduct needed scientific research and
against the relchsfuehrer and a still Dealer per Gallon of Spray.
trees or others. You may get rid of
While the testimony of the women xrr
exploratory activities to advance In-
smaller fraction refused to go to the
Insect pests by hammering the trunksof
seemed as Idle tales, Peter was not of
dustrial development or In the inter-
trees'with polls. Among the latter were the for- ,
a rivetIng'machine, such the temperament dismiss the matte*
est of public health and safety.
mer Crown Prince Ruprecht of Bavariaand
! as is used In driving rivets In city
his wife.Bitler's 4. When private enterprise fails to from his mind. Therefore, he ran to
skyscrapers. the sepulchre. Upon close investigation -
render a service necessary for the gen-
1 A California inventor patented the victory was thus extraor- eral welfare he found the linen clothes lyingin find ready relief from itching of eczema

process. ,This writer proposes to try dinarily complete, and the Nazis cele- such a way as to prove the realityof rashes and similar ills, in the
'! It In New brated It with wild rejoIcings in Berlin
, a Jersey orchard at the Bill the resurrection.V. .
:, earliest possible moment. The riveting and other cities. It was the culmina- Alien Deportation The Convinced Disciples (vv. 13-

Is said to loosen insect pests, after tion of a three years' campaign In Reported to Senate 35.) Resinol30e

which tt is easy to wash them oft which the leaders sought to persuadethe DESPITE 'vigorous opposition, which 1. The walk of two discouraged dIscIples -

! with a strong spray of water, no chemicals population of the reich that only on the floor of the (vv. 13-15). Emmaus was seven

" \ ''needed.; To save the tree from Hitler could save the country from senate, the senate committee on ImmIgration -' and a half miles northwest of Jerusa- 40e 65e BoHI'. .

1 Injury, it Is probably desirable to put great danger. According to Berlin 'correspondents I and naturalization reported favorably lem. Just why the disciples were walk- CLEANS

1. several thicknesses of old automobile there was a difference of the Kerr-Cool- ing this way we may not surely know. TIES, MII 11 "N/I/ )

tires or tubes between the, bark and opinion there as to the Influence the t idge alien deportation The topic of conversation as they walked GLOVES,

! the riveting machine. triumph would have on the fuehrer. bill, which Secretary miles northwest of Jerusalem. Just CLOTHES. IUI ALL

I ,Some said would stiffen his back and
Perkins has been try- why the disciples were walking this

Do not give "living toy to your chlldren Induce him to ride roughshod over the Ki it.ryc Ing to get through way we may not surely know. The

; for Easter presents. Many par- powers which objected to his scrappingof congress for three topic of conversation as they walkedwas

; ents and friends' thoughtlessly give the Locarno pact. Others said the years. It will give her the tragedy of the cross and the e tia

children helpless living creatures, easily election would make him feel so strong and two other mem- resurrection rumors. If they had believed -

hurt-live chicks, 'or newly hatched he would be willing to make a concession bers of an Interde- what Jesus said about his com- IN lid

ducklings. to his neighbors in an effort to partmental board dIscretionary ing forth from the 'grave, they would TUBEc X000
help establish "the new order In Eu-
The helpless creatures are roughly power to have expected to hear such reports.
rope" to which he referred so frequently harbor radical and
treated, mutilated fortunate If they 2. The unrecognized companion (vv.
In his election speeches. y.w. even criminal aliens, 1()-24).
happen to be promptly killed, by chil
dren that know no better. The new relchstag'wfll be the largestin Secretary otherwise deportable, a. Who he was (v. 10)). While they

history, having about 740 members. Perkins in this country. The reasoned together on the wonderful I I $9'00UP'

; Doctor Townsend promises $200 a Most of them will be officials of the same bill recently was reported favor- events of the past few days, Jesus ;

Nazi party. ably by the house committee. joined them on the journey.b. I Freight Paid. World's Best Marble opI
month to everybody past sixty.. That L Granite. 30%saving,gxmr. Free Catalog.
would cost twenty-four thousand mIllion PendIn! action by congress on the His question (v. 17). Perceivingtheir I DJ *Granite Co,lj t.t.A.8a"new,P1L

dollars a measure, Secretary Perkins has been sadness and perplexity,he soughtto r
year. Congressmen Japan Expects Trouble
know holding up the deportation of some help them by calling forth a state-
it can't be done, but. do not daresay
I so Individually. With Soviet Russia 2,800 aliens mandatorily deportable under ment of their grief. This question sur-

Townsend clubs have organized mil THOUGH Koki Hirota, the new Jap- existing law, contending that they prised them and caused them to jumpat

lions of votes. The $200-a-month said a few days ago are "hardship cases." Some are radi- the conclusion that he was a stran-

( promise made that easy. Congressmen that while he was In office there wouldbe cals, some have criminal records, and ger in Jerusalem, fot the condemnationand

I do not want those votes cast no war, It Is evident his government others entered the country illegally. crucifixion of the great Prophetof

against them as individuals. really Is looking for By "hardship cases" Secretary Perkins Nazareth were so recent and notorIous -

: serious trouble with means that they would be separatedfrom that no one who had lived. In ,

Tbe Russia. This feeling Is family ties or put to some other Jerusalem could be ignorant of them.
hard-working, Intelligent Swiss
nation is said to be disturbed by the expressed byE I j i Inconvenience. 3. The Scriptures opened (vv. 25-31).
Amau, spokesman for Senator Robert R. Reynolds of North a. His rebuke (vv. 25-: 0). He re-
prospect of another
other. as by none the Tokyo foreign office Carolina, Democrat, not long ago attacked buked them not for their unbelief of The Crying and Restlessnessof

;who said : "Japan the action of Secretary PerkinsIn the strange stories that they had heard,
Every Swiss under fifty Is armed, must prepare for Sov- holding up the deportations and denounced but for ignorance and lack of confidence children is frequently an indicationofWormsorTapewormin -
trained and ready. Even in the big the
iet aggression." the pending bill as a "sham in the Old Testament
war nobody tried to Invade Switzerland Recent activities Indicate and a mockery" and a subterfuge to b. Jesus recognized (v. 31). While system. The cheapest, safest, and.
i -too much hard climbing and for chil-
the Reds are shield all kinds of radicals, criminals, sitting at meat with the disciples theireyes quickest, ridding
the conqueror would not know how of these is.Dr. .
to dren or adults parasites
availing themselves of and dependents unlawfully in this were opened as they saw him
nsn the hotels, even If he acquired }iv.iLt 4wY
them. the critical situation :: --"- country. bless the bread and distribute to them. .Peery's'DEAD SHOT VermifugaCOc

which developed after EJI Amau Secretary Perkins refused to pro- 4. The effect upon the disciples (vv.

tLe recent military revolt In Tokyo and duce Information respecting the 2,500"hardship" 32-35). They were so filled with joy I lt, aNlMNaS IY TXL"U ae Zh
The immediate business of
this country are Increasing the strength of their cases until Reynolds intro- over this revelation of the Saviour that

Is to find some way of controlling troops along the Manchukuan border." duced a senate resolution, whereuponshe they hastened back to Jerusalem to g
flood waters-probably not Impossible. Amau said the "recent Soviet policy permitted him to examine the tell the other disciples of his resurrec- '
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trees. Most lovely of all, however,
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Porters Carry 150-Pound Loads. '
Nepal and Wisteria covering
of Azaleas you the highest of minds. Love 0 I t
Prepared by the National Geographic Society other howdah elephant, carrying rifles, many acres.that Presidents It was to Pine Theodore Forest makes life beautiful: because it Is 'r>

i: Washington. D. C.-WNTJ Service. for a hundred yards. Perhaps the wily Inn Roosevelt and Taft came during their beauty.Dr. .

I; though isolated In' the creature sought would break through administrations when they visitedthe &

; "':{ NEPAL,mountains north of the ,the Intervening, unarmed ranks? beautiful gardens. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig- wIu, THE lOe SIZE .

.<' of India, and almost untouched The Tiger Charges.But inal little liver pills put up 60 :years ago. pall CONTAINS 3/2! TIMES _'
k:::" .. by western civilization They regulate liver and bowels.-Adv. '_IolW" AS MUCH AS THE :_
have little time to consider \ SIZE
j'r.-:::' Is remarkable In a number of you Lovely Places of Scotia,
this possibility. From a neighboring
,;" ?..... ways. It .can boast of unrivaled natUral All the wild and lovelyyplaces of Painted Fingernails Old MOROLINESNOW :
clump of banana palms comes a serIesof
:":_' I scenery, of the highest and most Scotia are full of memories. Duns- Painted fingernails were fashion-
! snarls, and before you quite realize
:;'r' .- fascinating mountains ; of unique architectural what is happening a huge bristlingmass core, which readers of "Red Gaunt able in Egypt, 1000 B. C. WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY '
J/ ;;-,..' monuments ; of an immense! let" will recall Is near the ruined
of black and yellow is hurtling
:':;: ",, army quite out of proportion to the tower of Grierson of Lag, and the
toward It Is a wonderful thing,
', ; population ; of an excellent and enlightened scene of Wandering Willie's tale;
the charge of an tiger-the break interest.1many
'+:::. 'J"' system of government which of the mounds and stones ofSten- story
from cover in a crash of thunder, the
i:. ..' brings: peace and prosperity to the little nls where Norse gods were worshiped -
the foe the
mighty bounds toward ,
,. ,>.' ; kingdom. and are buried, of the Cas-

:,:, .: .: Even the chosen few who gain access gleaming roars of teeth, the hate.flaming'e, and tle of Forres on the journey from Men and Women .

1;';:;;' to Nepal may not wander at will. savage Elgin to Inverness where took place
A companion fires 'once and the ele-
'.. .An Interesting way to approach Nepal the murder of the king Immortal ...'
I' ;::,',' Is through Raxaul, on the frontier of phants turn with one accord, for none ized in "Macbeth whose keep NOT long ago I'' was like some friends I ',oj

;f "' :India. will face a charge ; twice, and the tiger goes back to prehistoric, days, and \' .low in spirits. .run-down..out of }
'( A turns with a bitter snarl which subsides sorts. .tired easily and looked terrible. I knewI
:- The most agreeable way of reaching then there Is little Dulce Cor Abbey -
Into a last groan of defeat as he had no serious organic trouble so I reasoned ,
: :Raxaul Is by way of Patna, the ancient rolls over and lies dead at the bottomof in the country near Dumfries. sensibly. ;as my experience has since proven. .. isv.G
memories of
I' with the
of Asoka. From here the pious fragrant
capital a little gully. that work, worry, colds and whatnot had just
out In Lady Devogilla mother of Balliol
Buddhist emperor himself 'set worn me down. 11r
In the
. After two days' shooting
h :250 B. C., on his religious pilgrimage and one of the loveliest figures In
: Tarai, you push on to the railway termInus The confidence mother has always had in
. ,to Nepal and other sacred strongholds Scottish romance. Scotland teems her when
., From here S.S.S. Tonic. .which is still stand-by
.,, Amlekhganj. ;you continue -
;: '. .of his faith. At Patna you board a with such haunts. she feels run-down..convinced me I ought to
the journey toward Katmandu
,, '.. ,' paddle boat and cruise five or six miles try this Treatment. ..I started a course. the :
:: ', the Ganges-the distance varies ac- the capital of Nepal, by motor. color began to come back to my skin. .I felt
r:; up Sicily's Capital
Some miles of but I.SSiS1LY
thirty narrow ex-
'' better... no longer tired easily and soon I
. .- '; ,cording to the height of the rIver-and, cellent road lead through wooded foot- Palermo, ,the capital l of Sicily, and felt that those red-blood-cells were back to so- "Yes,1 have come

-'c,,". get Into a waiting train on the other hills to Bhimphedi, where the ascent of principal seaport, is set In an amphitheater called fighting strength...it is great to feel back to where I feel

side. Next morning ;you wake up in the first mountain pass begins. of groves, with>, a rangeof strong again and like my: old self. s.S.S. like myself again."

.Raxaul. Here ponies and dandis take the mountains as background. ,A

On one side lie, the unbroken acres place of cars. There are' two different' busy, bright little city, Its bay, h soften
of the Bihar rice fields yellowIng be- -
types of dandi : one Is a wooden chair been compared tQ the bay of
neath the sun on the other lie more .
; with leather cushions, the other a Naples and like many another Ital
: rice fields, In the sequestered kingdom.You hammock Ian city It Is famous for its
canvas slung on long poles,
strain your eyes toward the east- In which you can lie full length. Both churches. Small two-wheeled carts

'' ern horizon and dimly perceive a dark are carried by teams of six coolles In drawn, by donkeys one sees everywhere ; ;i > r'lY'M

green belt. bright-blue cotton uniforms. In Palermo and in all Sicily. t -,;;:

; This flat, low-lying tract of cultiva- Two miles from Bhimphedi lies the Wheels are carved and gorgeously

tion and jungle, lying between the little mountain village of Sisagarhi, colored, the panels on the sides and

Himalayan foothills and the border of where travelers customarily spend the the two In the door at the back are ': : :,, 1

:-, Bihar, and stretching 200 miles from night. The village Is complete with decorated' with pictures sometimes : 1 aFt k;,s...

' east to west, Is known as the Tarai. its garrison of Gurkhas-a foretasteof historical ,subjects, sometimes religious -

From April to November this part of the tremendous military power active and the whole is the peas- .,
the country Is Infested with a deadly within the kingdom. ant's most valued possession. On aM pY' \\

' malarial fever. Thus the stray visitorto fete, days there are often competi-
Over the Pass to the Valley.
Nepal wisely confines his visit to tions for the finest carts, donkeysare

:the winter. After rising early at Sisagarhi you decked out In huge plumes,

Beyond the Taral again rise huge climb the few remaining feet which harness trimmed with gold, silveror

;:( shadowy forms, the Himalayas hiding lead to the top of the first pass, approximately nickel, and the gathering rivalsin

I;"t-: .,. ,ln the morning mist.Through 8,000 feet high. glamor-a circus parade.
h. Directly below you lies a smiling
L- :,:(.., the Jungles.
! :
i.t valley, while beyond It a turbulent
>'+ ::.: From Raxaul, a little meter-gauge mountain ocean rises and falls in "Thoroughbred" "Full Blooded"The

;': :train sets'off across the Taral. For the colossal waves of sunlight and shadow ; terms, "thoroughbred" and

i' :;.' :first mile the railroad leads through far out to "sea" the waves are cappedby "full-blooded," are often mistak- :$Y:

,>. -the main street of the city, with shop the glistening white' horses of the enly used In place of the

-and.house fronts on either side. ThenIt eternal snows. term, "purebred." Strictly speaking -

comes out Into the open rice fields Then the descent begins. The pathIs Thoroughbred Is the name ofa

,and so Into the tiger and rhlno-haunt- no longer smooth ; It Is exceedingly breed of light racing horses. A ;,: ,-

, ,ed jungles beyond. And what jungles steep and Incredibly rough. It con- purebred' animal Is a member of I 3Make

Halfway through them your train sists principally of solid rock and some particular breed and is regis-

,-" draws up, all passengers get out, clamber along Its Jagged surface large loose tered or eligible to registry' in 'the

: onto the backs of waiting elephants bowlders are strewn at random. herd book of that breed. A pure-

0' and pad silently off Into the For the next six miles you ride bred animal usually'possesses a dIstInctive r

: mysterious depths. through flourishing fields of brown- and useful type which it the"FIRSt

The jungles of the Nepal Taral are headed buckwheat, golden mustard, has the power to transmit to Its'off-'
sub-tropical and consist chiefly of sal ,and ripening rice. The snows are no spring, because It Is backed by a QUART'

- trees with long, thin ,black trunks, and longer visible and the sun shines I long line of ancestors of the same .,.:

.huge leaves starting very near theI brightly overhead. Near the various type.
base. Here and there a giant teak, I villages kind-hearted women have Just drain and refill your

with Its beautiful crocodile back, soars placed brass vessels full of water and Contents of Whisky a, \ crankcase with Quaker State. Note the mile-

upward, stately and erect.A flowers by the wayside, age. Then see how far you go before you have .
Whisky Is 99.75 cent ethylaicollol
tiger shoot In Nepal Is conductedon The path eventually leaves the fieldsto per '
and water Industrialand to add a quart. See if it isn't farther than
novel lines: the tiger Is attracted to rise and fall over rolling grassy says
Engineering Chemistry. The you,have ever gone on a single quart of any ,
_a kill and Is then surrounded by a ring downland. Then you come to the foot
remaining quarter of one per centIs ..' other oil. qThat[: means real oil economy; but .
of elephants. Slowly the ring closes of the Chandragirl pass. From below
a complex mixture which supplies : still more important, remember that the oil
: In until the angry beast, well aware the road before you resembles the .,
smoothness, flavor, and potability.A :'; that stands best between refills is giving
..of what 'Is up
going on, charges. As the sheer wall of a precipice; but your
3 1;;: I undergrowth Is very thick, and by no ponies make light of It. mixture of grain alcohol and ,water L s your motor the safest lubrication. Motorists ;

:: means all the elephants carry armed The view from the top of the, Chan- Is extremely Irritating to the find that under similar driving conditions, I

:J-. men, he has a fair chance of escape. dragirl pass 'Is so amazing that you sensory nerves of the mouth ; there :: they get many more miles from Quaker State. '
this small fraction' serves as
:z; On a shoot you may ride some two cannot afterwards believe it.exists. fore Quaker State Oil Refining Company, Oil
for the astringent mix-
,;;,/, \ miles from the train to the kill, where Below lies the circular rice-clad valleyof a palliative F City, Pennsylvania.
J, ture so that it can pass easily Into f fA
_you Join the ring of 90 elephants sur- Katmandu, bathed In the orange '
the stomach. The bouquet and mel $% E Retail Price .35f Quart
roundfot 11.Lurking glow of the evening sun. Rising out per
lowness characteristics of whiskies
somewhere within that wide of *t, away to the right, In a medleyof
circle Is the tiger. miniature pagodas, palaces, and rest solely hi'the composition ofthcsC' e {. n9vvli, ck: of&p1
minute quantities of organic
The huge animals upon which you sit towers, Is the magnificent capital city.Surroundl"ng .
"Impurities" In ethyl alcohol and
move stealthily forward. You look It, in a black and purple QUAKER STATE MOTOR OILS AND SUPERFINE GREASESjl"'f

down the line of the waving trunks wall, are the mighty mountain guardi water.

and swishing tails : there Is not an- ans". ..


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enlarged picture jury. Mr. Stubbs immediately noti- We can remember no time when WANTED-Comblnation, '
obliged to pass an i
The Clewiston News of another guy and the caption be! fled the court that no more cases such terrible loss of life has been waitress for beer saloon. Middle- :

neath it reads "Our NEXT Gover would be tried before members of inflicted by tornadoes as during the aged woman preferred. Address J. ....

nor." that jury and moved to dismiss the past week when these twisters hit L. Tindale: Liberty Point Fish Camp, .

Published every Friday In Clewiston, But they're just wastin' their time I charge against the state's witness on at points in several of the southern Fla. D-Nltp .r

Florida, by the CLEWISTON, NEWS, because I've been Kidded by EX the ground that what was fair for states. It also reminds us that in no Clewiston, .

Inc. PERTS, and I remember myoid one was fair for the other. The judge section of the world is one entirely I

grandpappy always used to say irs took, the motion under advisement, safe from the forces of nature. Here

the WEAKEST wagon wheel thai sending the boy who had told the during a month or two of the year J. M. CRUSE I

Keathley Bowden, Editor makes the most noise. truth back to jail to await decision we have our hurricanes to worry I Law I
One of the aforementioned while the other was escorted triumphantly about but there's one consolation a- Counselor and At*orney

"NEXT Governors" scattered handbills from the court room sur- bout them; there is some warningof Hopkins Building 1

'hither and yon ballyhooed the rounded by cheering partisans.As i their approach. Nothing, but light- \Vcdnesdays and Saturdays

Entered as second class mail matter i town with a sound wagon and carried states attorney now act as ning can strike quicker than a tor- 9:30 to 4:00 I INo'RGE

February 1, 1927, at the Post ads in the pewspapers invitin grand juries in other than capital nado and it can do only a small per- i II I
in Clewiston, Florida, under Ii the doubt centage as much damage so taken f
Office folks to come and hear him at felonies, :Mr. Stubbs was no
the Act of March 3, 1897. I court house square. I drifted overt within his legal rights in virtually,I all in all we're perfectly satisfied to t

t there along about 8:30 and the poor withdrawing the indictments againstthe take our chances with the hurri- REFRIGERATORSPHILCO
guy was barkin' himself hoarse and persons accused. State attorneysalso canes for awhile longer.

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year red in the face to a pitiful audienc have a recognized discretion in Furniture and Home Furnishings

Advertising rates on application of exactly eleven people and I'll bet moving to nolle prosse where guiltis Household FurnishingsInc. 'I' ;

none of them were qualified to vote in doubt or conviction improbable, NOTICE

It looks to me like the-only wa;)' but taking this action where the I

Devoted to the advancement and] a candidate is gonna get anybody In case is a good one, as it apparentlywas The Registration Books will be t
welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj, terested enough to come out' and at Moore Haven, or where the open in the office of the Supervisor BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA.

County. hear him is to pull off a "Bank prisoner has confessed, as the Bra- of Registration, of Hendry County tt

Night" or somethin'. It must be denton boy did,. is unusual. However' from April 7, 1936 until April. t
dlsheartenin' for some of: it cannot be denied that in both instances 30, 1936 mid-night.
downright Office hours, from 9 o'clock a. m. l
THE EASTER, SEASONToday these poor boys to call meetin' after the ends of even-handed justice Dr. A. J. Little
to 12 m. and from 2 o'clock p. m.
-- meetin' and can't even get a quorum were served and that, after all, until 5 p. m, -
Good Friday, we enter an present. should be the main aspiration of our HALL OsteopathLake !
.. JOHN L. ,
other Easter season, the most sac ______ courts and their officers.Fort !\Iyers Supervisor of Registration, f

red of the many seasons which we, I see where, Mr. Pace is fixin' to News-Press. Hendry County, Florida.. Harbor Phone No. 1 fI
as Americans observe'; for on this'da ; petrify voters by flyin' over their Pub. April 10-17.

}", so many hundreds of years ago, heads in an airplane draggin' a banner ELECTION DATA I
Saviour died in order that we That ,
our "Pace for Comptroller. ..
. ... . ..
might inherit eternal life. stunt ought to give a. lot of people NOTICE '.M.M.M.M.M.M.M.N M. -. ,
Perhaps more universally cele a "pain in the. neck". Bein' a high Polls open 8:00 A. M.-Close at --

brated is the Christmas season whenwe flyer might qualify a guy for some sundown. Notice is hereby given that an r"M'M.M.M'M'M.M'M'M'M'M'

observe the anniversary of the offices but if you ask me it's the Date of First Primary-June 2. election will be held on Tuesday,

birth of the Christ-child but the Eas last thing in the world we want fora Last date for payment of poll tax- May 5th, A. D. 1936 within SpecialTax I Good FarmLand

ter observance is that of his suffer Comptroller. That's one office I es is May 16. School District Number 7,

ing on the cross for the remissionof where a man needs his feet on the State candidates must be'qualifi- Hendry County Florida, for the
mankind his death of electing three Trusteesfor \
of purpose
the sins ground. ed by May 2, thirty days preceding said Special Tax School District
and his resurrection on Easter well Jim Lee may not be much of an primary and for county offices, by I and for the further purpose of determining i

morning. For that reason it is aviator but he's proved himself tobe May 7, twenty-five days prior to the the amount of millage to I

for us at this season to take stock a darn good tax collector and ii primary. Oath and filing fee must I be levied in said Special Tax: School for Rent !

'of'our shortcomings and whether a he hadn't been, the poor schools be filed with the Circuit Clerk on or i District for the next two years '

church member or not, attend some would 'still be out on the wellknown prior to these dates. suing. en-I' I II

of, the sacred services at the church-I limb, for the legislature certainly First itemized campaign state- Notice is further given that I II I I

es on Easter. I didn't do anything for 'em. ments for candidates for national or City Hall in the City of Clewiston A
Easter, to a certain extent, has within said Special Tax School Dis- .... :
state offices must be filed with the I
been commercialized as have other I i trict has been designated as the
and holidays observed. It is i The race for National Democratic Secretary of State; Candidates for place of voting in said election.All .

seasons recognized over the greater part of Committeewoman promises to be in-' State Senator, Representatives and I persons who pay tax on personal i J
terestin' and likewise entertainin'with other county offices must be filed :
the country as the beginning of or real property in said Special \ Trespassers
and the Easter parade of the hair pullin' divided three with the Clerk of Court not more Tax School District, and are otherwise I I
spring \
dazzling.But ways between Hortense Wells, Pauline than thirty days nor less than 25 qualified to vote, are eligibleto j Be
is always '
clothing '
spring it has always remained the least Burke Carr and Helen Hunt days prior to the Primary. ]May' 7 Is' vote in said election. ] \

and West. the last day for filing this statement DREW HAMPTON, ProsecutedThe
of the seasons
commercialized remain so, for All three of these girls know their and May 3 is the earliest date. ]I Chairman Board of Public I II
will 'probably always politics and they're out battin' the Instruction, Hendry. County I
sacred observance A second itemized campaign ex-
it is a season demanding ball like 'nobody's business, in spite Florida.
more than any other.TOWNSEND pense statement must not be filed I
fact that the job don't pay I ATTEST:
of the
prior to May 21 and not later than
PLAX'IDTS anything-at least nothin' "tang E. L. STALLINGS,
May 24.
ROUGH GOING) ible." But you know how girls are Superintendent of Public
A third itemized campaign ex- Instruction.
about a "title.
Hortense has the edge as an "In'cut' pense statement must be filed not April 3-10-17-24, May 1, 1936.
The Townsend Old Age Pension earlier than June 24 and not later
it looks like she'll need more I '
Plan has received some severe blows than that. Mrs. West is a politician, than July 3. A statement listing all J'ff'
from the congressional investigation I political workers must also be filed
from the ground up and a go-getter,, L. ClewistonC01IlpanY
which has been conducted in Wash- West Palm, not earlier than June 24 and not later -
while the little lady I
ington. It was shown that the hard- than July 3. .
Beach has enough "It" to more than I
dimes and quarters which
plucked had been sent into headquarters offset Mrs.Wells': "In". So altogether The above information covers New York Life
it promises to be a merry little! dates incidental to the Primaries
from hopeful beneficiaries all over
melee and if Mrs. West's parents; which every candidate should know, Insurance CompanyARCADIA
the land were giving a few organizers .
had just been foresighted enough tc and should be clipped and placed .. ._. ..... ......... .... ....... ... *m,
salaries of a thousand a monthor FLORIDA ......................*... .*v. .**.*.*.*.**.*.**.**.r
name her "MAE" she could havE I somewhere for quick reference., ,
Alan, it. was".. shown that the lead- gone' fishin1,and with Mae West on l __ __. __1 ___ __
ers, the originator of the plan him the ballot: it: would have ,been a I

self and his first lieutenant and walk-away: I

partner, had fallen out over the
management of affairs and that the I was mighty sorry to see Cyril

organization was floundering under Baldwin drop out of the race for

incompetent leadership just at a State Treasurer, but hardenin' of SAVINGS' SAFETY DIVIDENDS

time when it needed capable direc- the financial ,arteries is suredeathto

tion the most. any candidate. Cyril was makin'

Despite pretty convincing evidenceto nice headway and had an excellent ', .,

the contrary we are still of the chance of goin' into the second pri- '" ,.::, : ',

opinion that Dr. Townsend was sin- mary with Mr.: Knott. :'- .' :: Record of Dividends of

cere in his conception of the plan,, Cyril's action will probably help :, < .

and that he really believed it would Knott's cause more than any' other : Clewiston Home Building Association
prove a benefit to mankind, even if candidate's. There'll be mighty few .. ,:
-- he did later express himself as hoping I Baldwin followers who'll vote for '. '.:.. <: RATE -n TE
to make an individual fortune Getzen although Ted Lancaster may <

out of its promotion, whether it was pick up a lot of 'em. However, Knottis : :, YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT ,

adopted or not. But he has fallen I in the best, position of all and will ';'Zcr.: ) : 5.5 1933 6

far 'short of being able to direct his be a tough hombre to beat. 1928

organization on a scale sufficiently 1929 ,7 1934 '. 6. j

large to ever become effective, and ENLIGHTENED JUSTICE .F", 6
1 1935
4 : .
he also failed to secure the right I : ; : -," 1 1930 ; -
':t.,.. .; .' ; 6 :
kind of helpers to do the thing he d : '4 1936 1 > .
State Attorney Roy D. Stubbs, i' ': 1931 1 1 .
i .
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cannot do for himself. I I : : '. '. .
who perhaps hasn't been a prosecutor '. .6' :.
1932 ,
The cause has gone into rapid de- ;'?t'.1, . '
to into the rut
long enough get
cline, and the. going between now I lof regarding the office as solely an < ';:'i : \i\ : '. ; : ., :-. :; ;
and November threatening to bea instrument of vengeance, is giving <; \ :: ::;, : ; { : '.\ '- : : ;

bit tough for a lot of people who .-
the judicial circuit which he servesa
had hoped to ride the plan into of .... CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING .
touch of something new in the
fice. It is easy to say that new lead "
forthright administration of justice. OFFICE FIRST
ers will bo found and that the cause i
Twice recently he has sprung a
will go on to success, but if the for and good TOMORROW AND,
safety a THING
originator could not.control, it is surprise by declining to go on with Invest your savings .

can the prosecution for small fry after Building has never paid OVER.
scarcely likely that anyone else return. Home TALK THINGS
juries had turned the big
i The picking Is too rich at headquarters -:
loose. Once over in Glades county dividends of less than 4 percent per year.
and leaders are prone to forget -
when Palm Beach lawyer was acquitted ,
the. folks out in the sticks. 1 a In these days of reduced interest on sayings -
i on a charge of arson. Several \
, It is one thing to think up a new other S
: idea about revolutionizing government : alleged accomplices were being accounts and l reduced returns on

! and it is quite another to carry held on evidence of haying actuallyset forms of investment Home Building offers C(-.
fire to the house and Mr. Stubbs .
I "
the idea into effect. Arcadian.. )
promptly moved that their cases be the conservative, thrifty investor the investment

dismissed, telling the judge that the best suited to his needs. Investigate -

.m.aH.a.mD..Bg.B aDnr only thing they could possibly be
guilty of was a crime which 'a jury Clewiston Home Building Association

Too Late To ClassifyBy held had not been committed. Bluntly whether intend investing as CLEWISTONlittle ,'3''
stated, his view was that if the ; you

; < cfyssell Kaytrrrreerrrrrrrrerrrerrrrrn higher up was to escape punishmenthe as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING
wasn't going to be a party to find
sending lesser associates to jail. $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll a ASSOCIATION

The other day a similar incident Home Building program adapted to your PHONES 102-103 .

Three candidates were introducedto made .the front page in Bradenton.Two .

me this past week by enthusiastic youths were implicated in a requirements. ,

followers as "Our NEXT Gover- robbery. One of them confessed and '

nor"-another candidate actually testified against the other, a popu-
introduced HIMSELF that way, and lar high school football star who .
between my office and the bank I'm J was nevertheless acquitted by the .. ,,





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:..:..jwjMj..:..X..:..M..X..X**!**!**!**!**!**:..:*!*'...':.. Miss Mattie Sams, of Charleston, MRS. SAMPSON ENTERTAINS Paul, Janie, Irene, Anne, Beatrice., absences nor tardies, -during--------tho ..':J

? S. C., arrived Saturday for a visit WITH INFORMAL TEA Louise and Elizabeth. month .

I ; :| Personal Mention I*; with her niece, Mrs. Hoomes Rich -- Sixth Grade Honor Roll- Katherine Wiandt has :
I' :: ::: and Mr. Rich Mrs. Rich and Mrs Mrs. W. F. Simpson entertained John Bethea, Hager Lowe, Ida an average <1
,J................... JM....J.....J ..JMJ..;......>.;..J......;...*....VJ..J*..:. G. S. Mobley met her in West Palm Tuesday1afternoon with an informaltea Mae Ballard. of "A". in her subjects and citizen- ,:.\.
" j. ) I ship.
1 J Mr and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Beach. honoring her :mother, Mrs. Olin Ninth Grade Honor Roll- "'
Eighth Grade
t Sunday in West Palm Beach. Carleton.. Cake, tea and salted nuts LeRoy Hare, Ivan Cowen, Billie Honor Roll- .':
1 I' Mr. and Mrs.t R. H. Collins enter- were served to: Mrs.. M. S. Lude-I Hooker, Bernice Guthrie, Violet Mary Warren, J. D. Hooker, J. B. .:
i i ; Mr. and Mis. V. A. Allen visited tained with a dinner party at their kens, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. I. D. Bethea. Brantley, Munselle Stone, Hervey ';;j

''J J .:.' in Fort Myers Saturday afternoon. home Friday evening honoring Mr. Leydig, Mrs Amy Hall, Mrs E. A. j Tenth Grade Honor Roll- Bourne, Richard Patterson. ,'; .
and Mrs. Ted Daniels.' Others pres- Houser, Mrs. J. W.' Smith, Mrs. Wil- Seventh GrAde Honor Roll- :
j' Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and ent were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Royal fred Lockhart, Mrs. D. J. Williams, James Johnson, Dorothy' Hare.. Renee Wellington. ;;
'I Eleventh Grade Honor Roll ')
J'.. '. children were visitors in West Palm and Mr. and Mrs. J: A. Rumbley. Mrs. R. :H. Collins, Mrs. Hoomes ,", .;,
Bob Patterson, Louise Bussey. High School News-
I Beach Saturday afternoon. Rich and Miss Mattie Sams. '
Twelfth' Grade Honor Roll- The Junior class
1." ::,.. ... Mr. and Mrs.-.>J.-B. Dotterr!, and upon Mrs Tuesday J. E. for Beardsley the removal returned of DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Katherine'Vincent Wiandt.Oglesby, Florine_. Moore. show Wednesday and Thursday picture : r

-it.<':. daughter spent Saturday in West Hospital where she was ,operated MEETS AT SMITH HOME: J. D. Hooker and nights. They wish to thank Mrs. : yv
Richard Patterson Davis for her
cooperation and also
!i." Palm Beach.
: : upon Monday for the removal of
an average of "A" and no who
everyone attended.
1 .' 6t tonsils. She is rapidly recovering The recently organized duplicate!

t '.,i': '. Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs from the effects of the operation.Mr. bridge club held its first meeting I -.1-f..

J' t. ..1: visited for several days this week. in Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs.R. ._L' ,. .. _
!jj :i. l > : : '1 ;: 'n' to '- .
l. ':-. Miami.Mr. N. Smith. The club is conducting n'O" / '' "' 'A ."'- "":!"' ; -- ".:"' ''''i- ":-- -""::". -. ....,,.....:..
', ,:'}. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and the play in the nature of tourna-

', .:' /.': and Mrs. Foster Meredith and Mrs. M. R. Lawler visited in West ment play, meeting at regular intervals -I __ A-N-N-0-U-N-C-I-N-G
; : : =
Palm Beach Monday. Mrs. Beardsley :
l' }': Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith visited and playing with duplicate
', ,, week-end. remained in Good Samaritan Hos- I rf
:!,,; in Miami over the boards.

t \/. pital for a:...tonsil operation Tuesday. Those playing were: Mr. and Mrs. The Change of Location of the ..-

1..1 9: Mrs. H. O. Peters and LaDeen re- -- W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs W. C. H

: :.-:,:.:- turned Saturday from a week's visit L.. M. Thomason, of St. Joseph, I II Prewitt, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, BUTLER BEAUTY SHOPPE

-. in Daytona: and Leesburg. I La., arrived here Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. C.

:<. .. -- I for work in the U. S. Engineer sub- L. Downs, Mrs. Wiilfred Lockhart;

{:": '. Mrs. J. L. Scott, of Leesburg is office. 'Mr. Thomason is originally Miss Dorothy; Lockhart Mrs. T. :B. I From the Everglades Drug Store
If', .: visiting with her parents, Mr. and from Florida, at Lake City but has Shelley, Lawson Jones and J. E. I' ,

1,,:. G.E. here. been working for some time with Beardsley.The .
Mrs. George
.' .:-.1..... ___ the engineers in Louisiana.The hostess served refreshmentsof H : .... to : ..
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::.:.f:.-:. Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George, brownies, coffee. and tea.I' I II Clewiston Inn .
Mrs. C. O, Roberts members of the Community
Mrs J. L. Scott and I -
}: Church choir attended the pre-
;l. ", visited in Miami Sunday.
sentation of the cantata "Cr cifix- "
,'1i'..:.:..! ion" at Bethseda-By-the-Sea, Episco- Clewiston School News Now ready to serve you in our new ;
E. L. 'Stewart was a business visi-
: pal church in Palm Beach Thursday .
: '. '. itor in West Palm Beach Wednes- ;
night. This is the same cantata

rig'.: .::;:'.::'... day. which the Community they are presenting Church. Those tonight attending at- Florine Moore, Editor Mrs. Eunice Butler, Operator and Mgr. '.>

\ Keathley Bowden left Tuesday Louise Bussey, Associate Editor ..1
were: Mrs. G. J. Potter, Mr. '
morning for a short visit with his ...
x' v parents in Clearwater. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. M. R. Bob Patterson, Sports Editor ': ,;'f:?: : i :t&f': ,-. ; .:t -', .- : '- -: '
Lawler, Mrs. F. H. Moltz, Miss Mar- .
-- ion Leydig, Mrs. .W. C. Prewitt, F. :
Mrs. H. O. Peters and Mrs J. G. First Grade Honor Roll- :
y. Niblack were West Palm Beach vis- M. Wright, Lawson Jones, M. E. Harriet Alston, Joan Crouch, !IIIIIIIIIIII "i IIIIIIIIIIIIII llIlilllllllll Ii.<>IIIIII11111111! !IIIIIIIIIIIIIIki:) lilill1llillUI IIIIIIIIIIIII IIHIIIIIIIIII :J
Yenawine, Mr. and Mrs. John Doty .
itors Thursday afternoon I
; Faith Mitchell, Mary Louise Thomas -
and J. E. Beardsley.CROCHKTO'CONNELL.
d. Nancy Wright, Junior McCrack-
+ Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Ladies'

Emma Jane, were visitors in West WEDDING en.Mrs. Crouch gave the first gradea an a s +

Palm Beach Thursday. SOLEMNIZED LAST SATURDAYMiss pleasant surprise Tuesday when '
she presented them with individual
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner and Diana Wade O'Connell and cups of ice cream. The first grade

son, Charles, and Douglas Thompson Sidney L. Crochet both of Clewis- wishes her to know how much they oil,!

2r' spent Sunday in Okeechobee. ton were united in marriage at St. enjoyed it. .

Margaret's Catholic church at 7:30: Joan Crouch is the only one in
;1 ; Miss Dorothy Dodd, assistant Re- last Saturday evening with Fr. F. J. the first grade who has been on f

+ gional Director' of Survey of Federal Finnegan officiating. the; honor roll every month. Imper- L4 ; L
Archives was here from Tallahassee The bride was attired in a dressof fect attendance has kept others off.

r; on business; Saturday.Mrs. white crepe with white accessories The first grade celebrated Easter i 0

and wore a contrasting red velvet with an Easter egg hunt Thursday.
R. V. Allison and baby R W
coat. Her corsage was of white Each child received' a basket of eggsas
daughter, Gail Parker, returned Fri-
;.,', and pink roses. Her attendant Miss a favor and a prize was given to G
day from Good, Samaritan Hospital E
I. \ in West Palm Beach. Edna Culbreath, wore a corsage of the one finding the most eggs. I + ; ., "

1 I Il., pink roses. Second Grade Honor Roll- E \ .I .R : ;
Mrs. Crochet is the attractive Nora Oglesby, Shirley Moon, Dal- + -
Mrs.: Kenneth E. Midgley and son, ;
daughter of T.. R. O'Connell, form- .
ton Carr.Spelling ?= .
James; of Kansas Mo. the
City, are \
erly of Ocala. Honor Roll-
guests of F. L. Williamson and his
She has made her home here for Doris Simmons, Billy Maynard, I 'V'
daughter,' Mrs. R. V. Allison
I". several years, coming to Clewiston Esther 'Brew r, Shirley Moon, Bertha -/ P-
from Sioux City, Iowa and has been
P.. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins attended Ballard Noley Geiger, MaymeJohnson A
one of the most popular of the Nora Dalton Carr, I
Oglesby, -
the professional tennis matches R
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\. town's set. Smith Mamie R W:!:
in. West Palm Beach Saturday afternoon younger David Belcher, James i N
,?' Mr. Crochet is purchasing agent Trice, James Ricks, Caroline Selee. ; :.: I
::" for the United States Sugar Corpor- Third Grade Spelling; Honor I
ation and has lived in Clewiston for LaDeen Peters Doris Poole nOll-I
'ii<' C
.... Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Houser and
,:.(. Mrs. E. A. Houser were business- about four years. Prior to that time Bembry, Marilyn Davis, Christine i E "

:'., itors in West Palm Beach Wednes he worked with the company at Redish. Willie Smith, Nicky Schif- E ; .
'{ Canal Point.Following. fli, Sue Von Mach, Lewis, Blount, -: '
y the ceremony the hap- William Willis, Betty McDuffie. Y'// S
; couple left for Miami for few Roll 1.98 f
py Honor
.v. _. Mrs .Anna Barber and her mother a Monthly : .' $ at ,
\; Mrs G. H. Barber, of West Palm days and returned here to make Sue VonMach Christine Redish.
I I k'h Beach their home in the apartment recently Fourth Grade Honor Roll-
were business visitors here
: !'" :; ',. Wednesday. vacated by Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Eric Belcher, Phyllis McLeod, Billy -/ .

, \ Shelley. Perry, Billy Redelsheimer, Her-

: H. L. Lapp, manager of the Pa- Miss Culbreath, the bride's attendant bert Busbiu, .Marianne Jones, Mau-I,
(;;' .. hokee office of the Florida Power and Bob Coker, groom's attendant ryne Prewitt. Ciewiston Dry Goods Co. Inc. -

'";':' o and Light Company was a business' Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogeroand Fifth Grade Honor Roll- ,

Miss Irene Neighbors were the Gloria :McDuffie Elbert Hooker,
;+. visitor here Tuesday. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
only attendants at the wedding'service. James Howard. .t
Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn, of Okeechobee Weekly Spelling Honor Roll- .
was the week-end guest of her Albert, James, Floyd Elbert, I I'lii' iiiniifflPi I iiiiiiiiiiw IStreich -

'.' daughter, :Mrs. Keathley Bowden LIDDELL-SCHANTZ WEDDING .
and family. SOLEMNIZED: IN PUNTA GORDAOf '-- /


Mrs V. R. Stokes returned to her great interest to the many
I home in Miami Wednesday after friends of W. 'WI. Liddell in Clewis- + Your Florida Dollars +

I visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. M. ton was the announcement of his

Redelsheimer and family for several marriage on March 27 to Miss Marian : ',
Y } R ,. + rW yXC Ala n .n .W J
days. Schantz, in Punta Gorda. The +r rfr'r': yy? }Y i .f yr i tnv s{; 'I.
marriage was performed by iRev. '{ .:. .r f s.. ysl.yr
',: Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Miss Mattie Clever, pastor of the First Presby- { 4{ i. '

-1:' Sams, Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Mrs Olin terian church of Punta Gorda.

: :" .: Carleton and Mrs W. F. Simpson The bride, is the daughter of Mrs.
tita':; spent Thursday at Fort Myers Louise Schantz of Bradenton while cet the

i// Beach. v Mr. Liddell Is from Sarasota. .CVtil

recently he was employed in the local -
if;<: ,' Mrs. J. P. McGuire and her daughter office of the U. S. Engineers but : G""Bl 'u { : { .i:: 'h '}y. :'

':''; .},, Miss Nora McGuire, Miss Julia was transferred a short time ago to ,:

.. 4 Cavanaugh and Dan O'Connor of work at LaBelle. He has been with .
: New York City arrived Tuesday fora the U. S. E. D. about five years.

ten day visit with Father F. J. The couple will probably make qu1t

Finnegan.Mr. their home in LaBelle for the pies iys' :- ;
and Mrs. A. L. Hackett, who ent. ? tjalJon r+

: ". have been living in Moore Haven THE COMMUNITY: CIIUItCHI
::'f. since their marriage recently, moved Jenkins !x :: rr.?! ir} ;.:rv/'y-0lytr/.{Ylti+:y r + .,, ,,. :i. I
Williams Minister : +(.:. }} .hf:; :;; ; } .
r Jf v/.1)
/'. "y r.; < Y + : .rI
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to Clewiston the latter part of last --- nY 9, !.r,lr} A }r4' }r >r !l; c.3tc; { ;

week and are living at the SagamoreCouit 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. Jrs r

-. '" Apartments. 10: 30 A. M. Baptism of Infants.
o 11:00 A.1.:: Easter Music: Cantata, Hv {
Capt. and Mrs. G. E. Linkswilei "The Crucifixion" by Stainer, :
r:.,;... and two daughters
arrived hero last the
1--; given by chorus choir, J. E. l

: Friday to make their home. Capt Beardsley, conductor; Mrs. ..... .

.,' Linkswiler has been stationed al Dode, pianist. ... '. .
Fort Benning in Georgia until trans- There will be .no evening service. I IYOU'RE

ferred here to replace Capt. R. ''Selee Dr. Williams announces that BUYING all fuel when you load up with Gulf. That's why you'regetting J
charge of the
Caloosahatchee- Christian
Okeechobee Flood Control project their parents infant children who desire for to Christian present -- "BIG" gallons. Elements that represent as much as 1/7 waste in

They are making their home for the Baptism may do so Easter Morn- many gasolines are refined out of Gulf by an advanced process! All of it

3 present at the Clewiston Inn. ing at 10:30 A. M. at the church. d goes to work-none goes to waste. Try it! THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE.

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Man's Friends Glad He Told

Them AboutBlaek-Draught
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ofu Writing from Texarkana, Texas, !fA'

Mr. W. T. Bentley, of that city, says: 'Ji.J

"1 have been using BlackDraughtfor

8TOKIH mmsicOonif =: fully forty years. I would havea

1 bad taste in my mouth and head-

ache. I knew I needed a laxative-
something to cleanse the system. I would
hunt up the Black-Draujfht and take a dose.I .
rd Yates would be relieved in a few hours. In
Black-Draught I have found a simple. rem-
"- edy one that does not have any after-
effects. I do not know of anything: betterto
Copyright by Minton, Hatch& Co. WNTJ S rvlce. take for a doll tired, listless feeling. I
have recommended Black-Draught to many
friends and neighbors. I know they have
been glad that I did,'for they have said so"

CHAPTER VIIContinued12 though the battle were hopeless and sleep there tonight. And rouse Rachel, '"Are you seeking to frighten us?" ITCHING SCALP-

she was tired. as well. She will make my ro'om ready Helena said.Pharaoh .
"D'you think we could get that man, As I let her go and swung round- and wait till I come. One thing more." sat back. DANDRUFFFor

sir? We could have had the others "Don't move, Mr. Spencer," saidJPha- She drew out her-master key. "Here Is "No," he said, smiling. "Only to annoying

time and again. Bugle, and Rush I raoh. "The trigger they give these my key, Florin. You may as well keepit open your eyes." itching and unsightly y tk, ,

mean-though we could have had Dew- things are absurdly light." for me until I need it again." He glanced at his watch. "Dear, dear, Dandruff

drop, too. But Mr. Bohun says 'No, "This thing" was an automatic pistol, The warden bowed and took it. a quarter to two. It's far too late to use Glov- H
Pugle and Rush,' he says, 'Is our In- pointing in my direction, about six. "Will your ladyship speak to the discuss my mission tonight. If you'll with Start GloversMange today "

formation bureau. So we won't do themIn paces away. men?" promise me one or two thIngs-well, Medi-

,' he says ; 'if there's any news goln' "Not tonight. I've changed my mind. I daresay your room Is ready" he cine and follow .:"

they'll have It. But you wouldn't be- CHAPTER VIII But please see that they do their duty. raised his .eyes to the ceilingand with Glover's ,.. "

lieve how we've laid an' laid for Pha- ?. I've a definite feeling of danger-very the room above yours." for Medicated the shampoo.Soap y 'tt:j "

raoh-and missed him every time. Lookat I Bear a ,Message. pressing danger. Florin ; so please be- "You insolent swine !I" I roared. "If Sold! by all Drug- : j ,
tonight, sir. 'I'd been lyin' there: I confess that I was dumbfounded, ware." you think-" gists. y'I! I ns

where I met you since half-past six. and several seconds went by before I "Rest assured, my lady, nothing that The sentence ended In a manner

Keepin observation, I was, for Mr. could land my tongue. I can do hall be left undone." which I 'should like to forget. I yelped

Bohun's at Salzburg-I've to.d: you "That's so much bluff," said I. "This Helena smiled and nodded, and the with pain, leaped from my seat on the

that To beat up his quarters, he saId Isn't the forester's cottage. If you fire warden bowed low. Then he bowed to table and swung about, smarting and

In case you'd called. Well, I thought I on me here-" me, but not Pharaoh, and left the room. furious, to face Dewdrop's leveled pistol -

th Rolls "I most frankly admit," said Pha- "I said some three feet away. ?
had got him tonight, when ,congratulate you, Pharaoh, Need Building-Up
slowed down. I was ready to blow his raoh, "that the feelings with which I "upon your quickness of wIt. I had to The Jew had pricked my buttock

head ofT-an' then it turns out that should kill you would be extremely give you some rope and you used It with the blade of his knife.I L Read what' Mr. T. E.

It's you. I don't believe In charmed mixed. To be still more frank, I don't all. hesitated, trembling with rage and Jackson Harrison St.of, Pensacola 1419 W.

lives but If ever a blackguard had one. want you to force my hand. Not thatI Helena took her seat In a high- desperately weighing the chances of .?:: Fla., said: "After an

Pharaoh's him." value'your life. In fact, you're rather backed chair."I an immediate attack. Fire upon me \ illness my weakened whole system I51
,. :: g f\ was so
:- t )
a nuisance. But If I were to-er- they dared not.Helena's t thought I never would be
rather she said '
"You wait, Barley, said I, and got fancy, "you'dhave "
abate I should have : : strong again. It required
probably to
you arm about shoul- :
done the my :
into the car. "When d'you expect Mr. same. \ ;; only one bottle of Dr.
Bohun?" withdraw-and that wouldn't suit my "I don't know that I should have," ders, and her cool, slim hand on my : :: : Picrce's Golden Medical
book. But for you to take any action : wrist Discovery to restore my
"Tomorrow morning, sir. About said Pharaoh, wrinkling his brow. "I lost health. I had better appetite, my
would suit my book even less. Andso "Not that way, darling I beg increased, and I felt so
seven o'clock." believe in ,a margin of safety. Now my you. weight gradually
If you move, I shall fire. I'm Let me play the hand." much better." Buy now! All druggists.
"What could be better?" said I. "Tell I why do you think the warden Ignoredme
Helena favors of .
sure Lady my point "I "
entirely said Pharaoh.
when he went out?
him to expect me for breakfast at view." *
I "You're much too
mutton-fisted. But
about a quarter to nine. And that aft- I Helena shrugged her shoulders.
"Yes, said Helena, quietly. "I see you mustn't become abusive. That's ASSIST NATURE
er that, If he likes, we'll run along to I "Perhaps you don't command his re
Don't John I
your .point. move, beg really all Dewdrop meant."
Plumage and close the Information bu spect.
you. He means what he say I Pharaoh fingered his chin. "All right," I said thickly. "You With this Vegetable ,:
reau. "He does indeed," said Pharaoh. i play it. I'll manage to bide my time." Laxative )
As I let In the clutch- I "Dewdrop, he said quietly.
With his words a knock fell .,
upon The clasp on shoulders
One of the curtains and my tightened, that acts like
"Good-by, Barley cried Helena. the door. swayed, but that all.' li cNel '
what you can for his lordship and ask Dewdrop stepped out p S Nature intended .'
"Ah, said Pharaoh. "The trusty "
Mr. Bohun to forgive me for making warden, no doubt 'With his white hair i "Concentrate on that warden, Dew- "do"What you suggest terms, ?"said Helena, quietly, to cleanse the I!f,

free with his room." unbonneted, the stout old sheriff drop. You heard what her l ladyshipsaid. "Your word that will do System of poisons -

But Barley made no answer. I thinkhe If he seems to be getting ideas, you nothing ;' i i caused by ', ;.
before midday. That at that hour ? i
was incapable of speech.We you must act for the best The situa you Constipation. '
two will be here, to take the same
were back at the castle within tion Is delicate, Dewdrop, for what arewe up IQc 25c
positions you now lay down. That
k. quarter of an hour. among so many? And now cover you "
will give no orders and make no sort ;
As the warden stepped out of the : Mr. Spencer. 1 want to talk.'' I I
of statement which might correct the :
wicket, Helena spoke. As Dewdrop Moved towards me, he impression that I am your guest. In LAXATIVE I INATURE'S ;
"Has anyone entered the castle since took his seat on..a sofa and crossedhis
word I desire
JW ta your parole-the parole '
Tve been gone? legs. of you both"

The porter replied: Pharaoh was looking at Helena, smil- "I give it," said Helena quietly.
"No one at all, 'my lady"I
insolent smile. ASSISTANT"f'
ing an "And Mr. Spencer? said Pharaoh.
had known that would be his an- '
er Il -1 "I'm afraid it's clear,"" he drawled, Before I could speak-
swer, but the words were comfortable
y ""that you didn't expect me so soon." "I pledge his word," said Helena.
words. The race had been ours all
He sighed. "That's been the misfortune "That's good enough" said Pharaoh.
the but now we knew it was over
IIIi CI > ot so many people I've known. Some "Allow me to wish you good night."
and the numbers were
up. of them are still living. You see, a He bowed and turned to the door. Be Sure They Properly
Helena was addressing the warden.
car came by, and its owner gave mea "Come, Dewdrop" he said.
"He's not been to the station, Florin. Cleanse the Blood
I lift To be perfectly frank, he sur S e e M f t
Unless he's here, he must have gone
somewhere iI I r"1P'e rendered the wheel to Dewdrop with- Half an hour had gone by, and I was I YOUR kidneys are constantly filter-
by car. from the blood
out a word. You know, I can't help bed.i i matter
the side of
. sitting, brooding, on my
"His lordship's not here, my lady. stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in
And the Adelaide postern was open feeling you ought to have thought of I was clad] in the Count's pajamas and their work-do not act as nature in-
which shows that he went that way." that. was wearing his dressing-gown. I had tended-fail to remove impurities that
"I agree," said Helena, shortly. "That cleansed myself In the bathroom and poison the system when retained. .j
I drove the Rolls under the archwayand s, ;
tltir was a bad mistake." staunched my wound. This, of course, Then you may suffer nagging backache .
Into the small courtyard.As .
"But the only one" said Pharaoh. was nothing, but because it was deep, dizziness, scanty or too frequent

the leaves were closed behind" us "Indeed, If I may say so, I'm much It had bled a deal more freely than I urination,getting up at night,puffiness
0ut of sight of the wicket, said under the eyes feel nervous, miserable -
Helena. Impressed. Mr. Spencer's quite a good had supposed. It certainly ached a lit- -all upset.Don't .

There was just enough room to berth chauffeur-I'm sure of that, but onlya tle, but I was more hungry than hurt.I delay? Use Doan's Pillj.

the car out of view. brain In a thousand would have needed, food very badly-to helpme Doan's are especially) for poorly func

thought of abducting tlfe Count" body and soul. Sleep was out of tioning kidneys. They are recom-
Helena the warden who
turned to ,
r fr Helena stared. the question. Besides, I did not feel mended by grateful users the countryover.
had opened the door by her side. : Get them from druggist.DOANSPlLLS.
"Are you being humorous? tired any
"The porter Is to put out his lights,
but "That's So Much Bluff," Said I. "No," said Pharaoh quietly. "I'm (TO BE CONTINUED)
stay in his lodge. He is to opento
simply giving :you the answer to a simple -
no one, until return Mark that.
behind him march the hal-
comes; addition sum. As It's very short,
Bambino Statue
To no one at all. And In five minutes'time Painting
berdiers I think
you were I'll do It over again. You left the
you and all the night-watchmen Attributed to St. LukeIn
tell him something, Lady Helen. castle as I was approaching the bridge.In .

will come to the library. Well, do have him in. But perhaps I fact, I was able to cross it while Jerusalem, centuries ago, says the WNU-7 15-3J

- "If your ladyship pleases, said ought to remind you that Mr. Spencer's Hubert-the faithful Hubert-was' clos- Milwaukee Journal, a Franciscan lay

Florin. life will depend upon what you say." I ing the wicket, before he reenteredthe brother carved a figure of the Holy

Helena left the car, and I followed The pistol slid Into his pocket: ; but lodge. That's why he didn't see Child out of a piece of live wood from BEFORE BABY COMES

her up the stairs.... though he withdrew his left hand, his me. But that's by the way. Well, I the garden of Gethsemane. When It

As I closed the library door, my lady right hand stayed where It was. found your departure astounding. I was finished a great despair fell upon Elimination of Body Waste '0

took off her hat, pitched It on to a Again the warden knocked, and Hel- mean, on the face of It,,. once you had him, because he did not understand the Is Doubly Important .

sofa and moved to the hearth. ena raised her voice and cried to him gained the castle, to deliberately leaveIt use of pigments,-and the Bambino needed .

"Wh t are you going to tell them?" to come In. was the act of a fool. But you are the coloring of childhood to makeIt In the crucial months before baby arrivesit

For a moment she did not answer, The warden entered the room. no fool Lady Helena I was still perfect. of is vitally matter.Your important intestines that the body be func-rid

but stood with. her eyes or. the flames. As his eyes lit upon Pharaoh, he I considering this paradox, when I After long hours of fasting and tion-regularlycompletely waste without must griping.

Then- started, as though In surprise; then he I I found the postern ajar. I confess that prayer the brother fell asleep, and then

"That the man that murdered young closed the door behind him and turned I helped me a lot-In more ways than an unseen hand painted the statue with Why Physicians Recommend '

Florin Is coming to the castle tonight; to where Helena stood. one. And the moment I heard that lifelike colors. When he awoke he Milnesia Wafers

that three hours ago he did his best to My lady moistened her lips. the Count of YorIck was missing, the knew at once that St. Luke, the Holy These mint-fla\ored,candy-like wafers are

kill you, because he knows you can "I'm not at all satisfied, Florin, with sum came out. He uncrossed his legs Family's chosen painter, had come In pure milk of magnesia in solid form-

prove that he took young Florin's life; the watch that Is being kept. Here's and leaned forward. "Let me put some answer to his prayer and given his art much pleasanter to take than liquid.Each

that they know him as 'Captain Fan- Captain Faning returned, but he was cards on the table. I want you to see to beautify the figure. wafer dose approximately milk equal to a full Chewed adult

Ing,' but that I know him as 'Pharaoh never challenged or-" other becauseyou A statue so favored must have the liquid magnesia.
that, If for no reason, thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
-a very dangerous felon, who Is want- "I found a postern open," said Pharaoh have scruples you are weighted choicest place. On the CapitolIne hill acidity in the mouth and throughout the

ed for at least four murders In Eng- "To save the porter trouble, I clean out of this race. You see, I am in Rome, on the site of the ancient digestive system, and insure regular,complete '

land alone." She turned to set her entered by that." not so embarrassed-I never am. Now citadel and the temple of Juno Moneta, elimination without pain or effort.

hands on my shoulders. "You must "He should have been seen," said take tonight. Placed as you were, onceI is the Franciscan church of San Mariain Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and

forgive me, darling, for playing this Helena, "crossing the bridge." was back In the castle, nothing this Ara Coeli. Close by Is the spot 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and inconvenient

hand alone. But now you must stay In The warden looked greatly concerned side of hell would have got me out where the Emperor Augustus saw the tins for your handbag contain
, the background until we're through. have Blessed Virgin upon an altar In heaven ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone
would disappeared.
Yet the Count
I adult dose of milk of All
They must not begin to believe that -and from this vision the church derives
"There is something amiss, my ladyI Now there's a little problem-whIch I good drug stores sell andrecommcnd
I'm acting on your advice. Now that Its Tenderly the lay brother -
he drunk-
know not what. I will swear that will resolve. I assume was
Valentine's out of the way, author wrapped the precious statue, care- Start using these delicious, effective
Hubert is faithful and Piers, who Is forgive me, but he usually is by ten.
ity here Is supreme, but I'm putting made It ready for the voyage anti-acidgently laxative wafers today
a fully
thicker than -
watchman tonight, is a man of his word. Well, they say blood's water
strain upon It when I use my brother's from Palestine to Rome, anxiously be- Professional samples sent free to registered
found it I
Yet, as I tell them, they might have no but I never so.
absence to order the death of hisguest. eyes nor ears." have dropped him gently Into the moat sought the ship's captain to bring It physicians or dentists if request u madeon

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"There is 'something amiss, said Perhaps you think I'm bluffing.Let Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y I.I' .
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footing, everyone In the a storm, but the ,good angels
Helena. "Double the watchmen, Florin, me tell you what happened tonight.I .
castle will know I'm to be your wife." watched over the Bambino. It was 35c & 60c
and stop all leave. Two porters are to wanted a car-badly, and I took the
I could not answer her, but I put Well that was washed ashore at Leghorn, and from bottles20c
stay in the lodge and to keep a list first that came by. ,
my arms around her and kissed her that I there was sent to Rome. o
of all persons that use the bridge. No against the law. By taking car

lips.And postern Is to be opened without per- offended the law and order-two Inconvenient The Bambino was placed In the sac tins

then the light In her face went mission from me. Why were the serv- gods. They therefore had risty, and soon began to show mlrt>cu,

out. ants abed when I came In?" to be sidetracked. What Is left of lous powers.

The lips 1 had kissed were moving, "By his lordship's orders, my lady." that car is lying on its side in a gully,

but no words came and her little I "Those orders are cancelleduntilhis It's still burnIng-with. the man It be- N-med Columbia River Miiw a rt[

hands were tremblingand/ the lordship returns. And now rouse longed to Inside.", Capt. Robert Gray of Boston fire: T"0RCT ANTImCID

blood was out of her face. his lordship's valet and let him prepare This recital was dreadful enough, but discovered the mouth of the Columbli

She was looking over my shoulder- the room In the eastern towertheroom Pharaoh lent It a horror that made my river in 1792 and named the river after
The Original Milk, 'f Magnesia Wafer
4o,, go much with horror as dully, as above mine. Mr. Spencer will blood run cold. his shin, the Columbia.

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I : A..":.: W..t.rn News spar union Waiter-Try another bite.
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Customer (taking huge mouthful)
-Nope, none yet.WaiterDog.gone.
i: : Take No Chances GIMME A LIGHT Good Either Way it! You must I

s' '. Our old friend Rastus was In I Dinner was being served in a board- have passed It.-Arcanum Bulletin.
;:,I trouble again, and the sheriff asked ing house. The proprietress, bringingIn
; him If he were guilty or not guilty. a dish of soup, remarked, "It looks '
i' "Guilty, suh, I think," replied Ras o u, like rain." WRIGLEY'S.., HAS A .,..{../.
/ .... .,........ 3
:' tus, "but I'd better be tried to make rv "Yes, it does," replied the boarder, SMOOTH ,:.x'q.; :::: '":':' :; :
sure of It." /... ": ( ;":
; 'i ,
"but It smells a little like soup. FLAVOR t :: :: ---. =' .
Light Colors Preferred Ir Daughter-Father, our domestic

, First Mechanic-WhIch do you pre- Trump This One science professor Is teaching us how
fer, leather or fabric upholstery? Z Pop-Don't you know the early, bird to spend money.

I'' Second MechanIc-I like fabrics; -- catches the worm? Father (interrupting)-Next he'll
'Ia. leather,is too hard to wipe your hand Doc-Well, it serves the worm be teaching ducks to swim.It .
t on., right, for getting up ahead of the i
"Daughter, when I was your age I birds. Suits' Him i
} never thought of "
ON THE WAY Judge-You want to collect dam
J '. ,,', "Well, dad, I never think of It any BRAKES OFF! age done to two ''pairs of trousers? i

',: more, either." Man-Yes, sir, it's a two-pants
: \
:" suit.PERFECT.
\ ..,..
A Poor Start

e 0/ 0 Two old settlers, confirmed bach-
o elors, sat in the backwoods. The conversation i
drifted from politics and
finally got around to cooking."I .
got one o' them cookery books tF )

once, but I never could do nothing I "Ru''WSnailhere's = "
with it." I % ? GUM :r
"Too much fancy work in it, eh?" the coal you ordered.
\\ "Are you and Tom engaged?" "You've said It! Every; one o' them I Mrs. Bug-You can take It away
"Not exactly, but we hold about five recipes began the same way 'Take again. It's spring now and I orderedit
private meetings every week." a clean disband that settled me." I 2->st fall





I FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1036'
EIGHT i. :
PAGE :!.
Jived in Hendry County for I I am seeking re-election solely on fr(

." I port left Saturday for Washington the I past have 14 years, during which timeI J my record of fairness to the taxpay- "
Tuesday before I to the 'county. I will i
appeared and fairness
where they served as Secretary of the I srs ,
I "Little fishy in the brook hook the Rivers and Harbors Committeewith County Democratic Executive continue the same policy in future
Papa caught it with a Congressman J. Hardin Peter- Hendry Committee, as President of the: as in the past-Fairness to all. .
Mama fried it in a pan I' : and support will be ap-
Baby ate it like a man.1of 'son in the interest of an extensionof Young Democratic Club, and am at I Your vote .

the lake levee to include the present Tax Assessor for the City predated. HURD L. REEVES.TO .

Lakeport section. of LaBelle.I I
tj j, the will endeavor at all times to
The hearing was held because reasonable and as
taxes as
have \
: : \.jF Army Engineers had rejected the nearly equalized as possible. THE VOTERS OF HENDRY

? project as being too costly several Your support will be greatly appreciated. COUNTY ,
:,,><" >':' months and recommended at ,
or ago Thanks.DENNIS
0 4 ." that time to the Rivers and Harbors SMALL., I

/ Board that, arrangements for evacu- I LaBelle, Fla.I .

ating the, territory be made ,in case I I announce my candidacy for the
i office of Superintendent of Public
of storm. FOR SCHOOL
of the, contemplated levee District Ko. 1, Hendrj- County ,I Instruction. '
Cost the schools of this com-
I served
half million -
be about two and a ,
would if elect-
and will,
at munity many years
and desire
would extend from It Is my intention
dollars best to keep the doors of
I this time to annou'Ilce myself as a ed, do my
the now
Creek raise the
Fisheating candidate for re-election as memberof the school houses open
I'i unprotected north shore to connect the Hendry County Board of Pub- standard of, the schools.I .

with the proposed levee at Kissimmee lic Instruction subject 'to the Demo: promise a complete separationof

River. cratic Primaries in 'June. Continua- the schools from politics'and I
: Mr. Hooker told the Board that he tion of your loyalty and support will work for a tenure of teachers
.' : entirely their success in
l climbed a tree' to escape the flood will be appreciated. based upon' '
l .. that most, of M.' E. VON MACH. the school room. .
I of
opposition to levees came ,from Upon this platform I solicit your
\ the
their !support.
V"'- cattle raisers who felt that
: lands would not secure'proper FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF D. G. McCORMICK.
if the levee were built. ruraio

I' MODERN WAYS Mr. Bales stated that building of I am a candidate for the office of

the levee would increase the valueof Superintendent of: Public Instruc

land in the area and would be in- tion. I 4

; Cooking Fish ducive to growth of the communitiesof If chosen:, I will discharge the duties RAINY WEATHER

: that section. of the office faithfully and im

While it is possible to broil or I solicit and will appreciate active

the baby in the nicely, few people ............ HNONN support in the approaching Demo- makes
BECAUSE Goose rhyme was man bake, other salmon than very famous hotel and .: ..:..:NONNN.N:".N:L:.: : : : N.N.N N. : cratic Primary.

enough to eat it is no reason for restaurant chefs, have ever S. A. GRAVES.

mothers to go on and on frying achieved near perfection in doingso. POLITICAL' SPECKLED MOULDY
fish. There are other more'health Canned salmon, on the other I ,

ful and delicious ways recommended of preparing hand, comes to us always lovelyin FOR COUNTY JUDGEI I
them, highly color, tender, juicy, its oils well ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid
unless you happen.to be a connoisseur blended into the salmon texture. BEANS AND
myself as candidate -
of frying-which hereby announce
of the therefore, have given
Housewives, Political Adv.) of County
( for the, office
of are. the I
so few us and thought to TOMATOESSULFOCIDE
broiling and baking fish their time Judge of Hendry County, Florida,
Even salmon. l
should be done. with a knowledgeof many'ways The'following,to serve salad and, soufflS ':++:"X"J++:"W":"W"W"M********** **********":":',I subject to the approval of the vot-

the kind of fish to be used, and provide a new and delightful addition FOR REPRESENTATIVE ers in the' Democratic Primary, June. .
the best way of broiling or bakingit. to the ever-lengthening list ol 2.
Dry-meated fish, such as cod, salmon dishes. announcement for Your vote and support will be ap-
pollack, and hake, are good ,In making my
haddock, preciated.,
'House of Representatives -
better adapted for boiling, steam Nice for Parties re-election to' BILL MADDOX.
subject -
stewing or making into a curried from Hendry
ing, o'fI
dish for they will keep their Metropolitan Salmon Salad: to the Democratic Primary
shape and not fall to pieces in the Chill the contents. of 'one 7ouncecan June, I wish to stale that I am particularly FOR SHERIFF is the easiest and '
of cooking. Oilymeatedfish of,salmon. Open and put the ,interested in the welfareof
process salmon, shad, salmon in a small bowl lined with I and the completion
such as the schools To the Voters of Hendry County:
herring lake trout and crisp lettuce, being careful not to and South road from
mackerel, of the North, I hereby announce my candidacy controlSpray
preferable for quick break up the fish. Mix onefourthcup City known as:I cheapest
whitefish, are tablespoon I Venus to Everglades for the office of Sheriff of Hendrycounty ::1
modes of cooking,.by the hot oven mayonnaise with one State Road number 164, and will L _n'-'__ the DemocraticPrimaries :
thick sweet or sour of
method. one tablespoon use my' efforts in the interest in June. I have been a .
teaspoon affectingthe
one table- each, or any other matter resident of Hendry county for the
Overcook, Fish chopped'celery, one Beaus", 'l'oDlntoeor
Don't Citizenship.I your
County and feel that 1 I
,chopped pimiento, one tea- past sixteen years and : Strawberries before picking, dip or
-"It is well to remember that fish, spoon spoon capers and one teaspoon relish believe experience gained as the a am capable of carrying on the workof \>ash after picking; to Insure better,
the slow This member of previous sessions of office in honest and fear- condition on nrri\i;; nt market
in general, do not require ,,,.,Spread over the salmon. the an "condition" or not.
,cooking used for many varieties of serves: three persons. Legislature will enable me to render less manner and of giving the peopleof whether you

meat because its connective tissueIs the contents the very best service to Hendry the county 'a conscientious, ad- leash or dip n basket of Beans!',
more tender than meat tissue, Salmon SoutiU: Turn of County, and I shall appreciate' the ministration if elected. Your vote Tomatoes or Strawberries In Sulfo-

and overcooking extracts the strained, of cereal one 10-ounce into a double can boiler I support and influence of every citizen and' your support will be' appreciated. clde. Keep undipped It alongside' unwashed.a similnrbasket Then;
and dries out the fish. voter. .
and .
juices Milfocide'salue.
add the contentsof oulll !SEE,
Canners have done extensive re- and,heat. Then ELBERT L.' STEWART.FOR DOUGLAS THOMPSON. }:
methods of 'one 1-pound can of salmonwhich I
search into the proper before shipping
One cent expense
flaked and three
with the result that .has been dollrr expense after
cooking fish, IK worth one
housewives order, certain fish' in tablespoons of 'butter. Add the FOR TAX ASSESSORTo shipping.The .
realize that beaten yolks of three eggs and salt COUNTY COMMISSIONER
cans home-cooking because cannot they equal the to taste. Fold in the three stiffly- District No. 1, Hendry County the Democratic Voters of Hen- best dealers In Florida It. Ask Hell
into Sulfovldc. Insist on having
perfection with which they are beaten egg whites and pour a dry County: for leaflet, "Sulfoclde the Bean
cooked. buttered baking dish. Bake in a This 'will announce my candidacy I hereby announce my candidacyfor Spray."

Canned salmon is a striking example moderate oven, 350 degrees, for for're-election to the office of Coun- the 'office of Tax ,Assessor: in I

of this. More salmon is thirt to thirty-five minutes. Serve* ty Commissioner from District No. Hendry County, subject to the,action

sold in cans than any other fish. at once ServeS eight persons' 1, Hendry county, subject to the of the Democratic Primaries in June SULFOCIDETHE
June' Democratic Primaries. Your vote and support will be greatly -
I _1 My record is my platform. appreciated.. BEAN SPRAY

away I'rote will be appreciated.D. R. N. MILLER.
Board- ed although his car was driven G. ALSTON.
School '
without damage. \

Pratt Company
B. G.
LOCATE IN MIAMI I wish to announce my candidacyfor
member, suggested that the trustees THE VOTERS OF HENDRY re-election as Tax Assessor for ro CHURCH STUIKT, NEW YORK

turn in their recommendations pf Y COUNTY: Hendry County, subject to the will I
teachers as quickly as possible in Miami, April 9 (FNS.-' M. H. IWith a deep sense of appreciationor of the Democratic voters in June..

order that the teachers would know Hoffman., ':son of the former [ :' the support you have given me:

I how they stand and be able to make head of Liberty Pictures, one of the in mv first elective term- I hereby

plans for the coming term and forth leading California operators, announced announce my candidacy' for

summer school sessions. here this week that Miami tion as County Judge of re-elec-I-

Tax money from the Atlantic Land had been 'selected as a location fora County, Florida, subject to Primaries I : 'THE Security
Democratic Security
and that proval in the
film producing company
and Improvement Company was re- '

ceived by the Board and used to pay plans call for, the investment of $4- of June past, 1936.record for fairness to all .' B and B Quality
this In the production My Quality
up accounts due merchants for a 500,000 year ) and the manner in, which I office\
considerable length of time. $2,600was I of'30 full length pictures in the Mi- conducted the affairs of this Feeds

also received from the state ami plant;, which will operate under is an open book to those who wishto Feeds GROCERY CO.

teacher salary fund and was used to the name of Pan American Studios.) investigate.

pay county teachers about two- Complete studio equipment, as I, believe that my age, training as

thirds of a month's salary.' well as an experienced staff, will be an attorney, and previous experi- .

Schools of the county,are scheduled brought here from California, Mr. ence, enable me to render more efficient -

to close on Friday, May 1. Grad- Hoffman stated. fice. service in this important of-I I A Full Line of Feeds, Cut Worm Bait and

uation exercises will be held on "We have definitely decided to I!, If you see fit to re-elect me as I '

Thursday evening and on Friday move our interests to, Florida" Mr.!! your County Judge, I promise, as Poultry Supplies.

May: Day'exercises will be held on Hoffman stated, "and have burned) far as in me lies, to give Hendry I

the, school lawns. our bridges behind us. We have our I I County an ,honest', capable and 'dej
affairs -
studio site and work has already pendable administration of' the

ALSTON BUYS STOCK OFEVERGLADES STORE, commenced here." on, our first stage !unit Your'pf the vote office.and support will, 'begreatly Scratch Feed Whole Corn

,. appreciated.H. .
The, Everglades Store' a confectionary STUDENTS OFFERED" PRIZES Egg Mash

operated for the past several ,

months by Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Peubacola, April 9 (FNS).-Fifteen FOR REPRESENTATIVE ITo I Mash

Mrs. :M. H._ Crouch, 'was closed for Florida 'high school studentsare I I Cracked Corn Growing

business 'on Tuesday of this week' given an opportunity to win free the Democratic Voters of Hendry

and most pf the store's stock was trips to all parts of the world, it jI County:

purchased by D. G. Alston, proprietor I was, announced here by the Propel- I wish to announce my candidacy I Shorts
of Alston's Drug The stock was These awardsare for the office of Representative for
!lor Club of Pensacola. the will
moved Wednesday to the other drug I Hendry County, subject to
in National I Bran
a Wheat
offered as prizes
in the June
of the voters
store. Essay and Poster contest sponsored :! Though living in primar'y'l I IYtash. r

by the Propellor Cub} of the United and operate a business in '
FIRE .AT LAKE HARBOR States. The\ title of the essay is "The and therefore am vitally Chick Starter
'OX SATURDAY NIGH Relationship Between the American in the development, and welfare ofall i'i I
sections of Hendry county, and .
Merchant Marine and Manufacturing
A fire at Lake Harbor about 9: 30 Agriculture and Labor," hot to pledge my untiring efforts to 164.obtain Rice Bran "' Chick Grit
Saturday,night destroyed a barn be exceed 1,500 words. Winner's: names early construction will be \
and support
longing to Joe Wood near the highway will be a announced National Maritime Your vote '

and a house car parked nearby Day, May 22, 1936. preciated. KEATHLEY ,BOWiDEN. Beet Pulp "
belinging to a man named McHend

rick, an employee of the' ,Atlantic MOORE HAVEN DELEGATION, Ask, for literature I qn' how to produce for
Dredging Company; LEVEE FOR TAX ASSESSOR'I ,
Several negroes were living in'thbarn ,
and it is believed that 'the fir< ------ hereby announce my candidacyfor '
resulted from an overturned lam] (Moore Haven Democrat) the office of Tax Assessor in and profit.
A delegation composed of B. A, for Hendry County, Florida, subject
os kerosene stove. All the ,furnishings ; Pri-
of the house car and all Mr. Bales, of Moore Haven and L. L. to the vote of the Democratic

NcHendrick's clothing were destroy_ Hooker and Chas( E, Close: ol Lake-.mary, June 2nd.